Buy New Fashion With Campanas & Lacoste While Doing Your Good Deed

Mixing shopping with a noble deed, we like. In fact, we like it a lot. There is nothing better than buying stylish new clothes while doing your bit as a good samaritan. Campanas and Lacoste are now going to let us do that. We are talking about a limited edition of cotton shirts that have been designed by Fernando and Humberto Campana that have all been inspired by the small Amazon islands known as the Anavilhanas.

These real cool and crispy shirts we are telling you about come in extra small, small, medium and large sizes. A great way to start planning you spring and summer wardrobe in advance. Might we add, these are non-returnable shirts and each of these has been made in hand by the Coopa Roca Women’s co-operative in Brazil. Now, that’s your good deed. Right there!.

Twelve of the Super Limited Edition for mane can be yours for $7,500 a piece while the same for women comes a bit cheaper (comparitively) at $5,000. However, if you want something at a more low rate, there is plenty around $2,900 and $1,900 price ranges for both men and women.

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