If there’s a charity t-shirt you need this year, it’s this ‘Summer 2020 cancelled’ offering from Strawberries & Creem.
British music festival Strawberries & Creem launched a charity clothing line. Its Creem Clothing was scheduled to launch ahead of their 2020 festival.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sadly the festival had to be cancelled, having been expecting a record attendance of 22,000 on the 26th June. Acts such as Sean Paul, Raye, Mike Skinner and Artful Dodger were headlining.
With the music event cancelled, their clothing designs literally evaporated overnight. However, they have cleverly brought some light-hearted relief to an unfortunate situation by updating the images. The T Shirts now have ‘cancelled’ stamped over the top, so the slogan reads, ‘Summer 2020 Cancelled’. Accurately expressing how we all feel right now
The best thing about the newly launched brand will be the donation of £2 from every item sold to Age UK, to support their £10 million Coronavirus Fundraising Appeal. The work Age UK do with the elderly is more important than ever during these difficult times, being the hardest hit demographic during coronavirus.
The unisex collection includes a staple t-shirt and a cosy hoodie and sweater.
Minutes after Boris Johnson finished last Sunday night’s speech, informing the public of the latest coronavirus update, the T-shirt went viral, with meme accounts going online with mocked up images of Boris sporting the now sold out ‘ Summer 2020 cancelled’ tee.
T-shirt £29 Strawberries & Creem
Sweater £39 Strawberries & Creem
Hoodie £44 Strawberries & Creem