Supreme X Takashi Murakami Shirts Raise $1 Million in 2 Weeks for COVID-19 Relief


Supreme and Takashi Murakami raised more than $1 million for the COVID-19 relief thanks to the sales from its collaboration T-shirt.

The duo raised $1,052,040 and donated all of the money from the Supreme X Takashi Murakami shirts to the New York-based non-profit organization Help USA, according to Complex.

“HELP USA is deeply grateful to @supremenewyork for donating $1,052,040 in sales of their relief T-shirt to HELP USA’s #COVID-19 Emergency efforts and services for homeless families and individuals,” the organization said in its Instagram post. “This incredible gift comes in a time of our clients’ greatest need and supports our work nationally to provide the most vulnerable with a safe place to call home, food, and essential services during this crisis and beyond.”

The shirt, which retailed at $60, was first released on April 24 and announced that all the proceeds would be donated directly to help the organization support those affected by the pandemic, High Snobiety reported.


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The shirt appeared in several resale sites, including StockX and Grailed, which both clarified that donations from all the sales would go to the COVID-19 relief.

Feature Image (left) via @takashipom, (right) via @supremenewyork

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