Tommy Hilfiger is one of the latest designers to join in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic and help healthcare workers who are on the front lines during this unprecedented time. In inspiring news, the iconic American designer is planning on donating more than 10,000 classic white T-shirts to support public health efforts in both the United States and Europe. The T-shirts will be beneficial to healthcare workers who are caring for COVID-19 patients because their personal protective equipment tends to get warm and causes them to change shirts up to three times a shift.
The designer is also planning on launching a capsule of limited-edition white T-shirts and sweatshirts, for which all proceeds will be donated to COVID-19 global relief efforts. The collection will be designed in collaboration with consumers and fans who can vote for their favorite designs on both Tommy Hilfiger and Tommy Jeans's Instagram accounts until April 30. The winning styles will be available for purchase in May on the brand's website in select markets. As for price points, the T-shirt will sell for AED200 ($54) and sweatshirts will cost AED400 ($109).