Anoushka Shankar backs Survival
British Indian sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar shows her support for Survival International and tribal peoples by modelling an exclusive new limited edition T-shirt designed by fashion designer Savannah Miller.
The T-shirt is inspired by the Bushmen of the Kalahari in Botswana and their struggle to defend their lands from diamond mining.
Only 60 T-shirts are available in black or white, now priced at £49.99 from http://shop.survivalinternational.org/c/t-shirts
Anoushka said, ‘It is important to me that we celebrate and protect all cultures, diversity and ways of life – however different they may be from our own.’
The T-shirts have been produced by Collective using 100% organic cotton from Tanzania.
Collective is a clothing brand dedicated to fostering enterprise in developing economies. More info at www.wearecollective.com
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