If you read Complex on a regular basis you know that we like to make jokes and witty references. Unfortunately, this post features none of our trademarked jabs. The massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut left all of us sullen and speechless. However, through the pain and tragedy comes hope and attempts to rebuild. This is exactly what Woolf wishes for. Jake Woolf, owner and designer of Woolf, is a resident of Newtown, and designed a commemorative and charitable T-shirt to help those affected by this catastrophic act. The shirt retails for $25, a small price to pay to help those who will never embraced their loved ones again. At a quick glance this appears to be a Givenchy-inspired tee, but the 27 stars represent all those lost in the incident. Stop by the brand's e-commerce site to show your support.
This T-Shirt From a Newtown Native Helps Those Affected by the Tragedy
Dec 20, 2012