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“I haven’t planned this year’s yet, but last year I was in Washington, D.C., and wore an old puffer and a shirt I made that says ‘No Cuntry for Old Men.’ I’ll probably wear it again!” What messages will you hope to send with your clothing? What are you excited to see other women and men wearing? “I love how blatant the messaging [of my T-shirt] is, yet it’s not something I feel like capitalizing on as a designer. I don’t feel inspired to make more pieces like that, but I do feel inspired by the energy of being with others in protest.” “I am marching in New York. I felt such a sense of community marching in New York last year and am looking forward to repeating that.”
“I will be marching in New York. It was profoundly powerful to see how many people came out and marched all over the country last year, and I believe it makes a difference.” Over the past week, colorful tie-dye shirts from the label Jaw x Jawshop by Timothy Jaw have been making rounds on Instagram. The tees the designer is known for (along with his perfect-fit shorts) are hard to miss thanks to their spliced-and-diced design and neon hues. Each shirt, titled “Give Back: I Love You” is finished with the phrase “I Love You” written in both Mandarin and English.
Jaw first made these tie-dyed shirts since 2019 as a way to show appreciation for his Mandarin-speaking factory workers in the Garment District. This past February, he resurrected the shirt to raise awareness for anti-Asian violence. On March 18, in response to the shootings at massage parlors that killed eight people, including six Asian women, in Atlanta, Georgia, he decided to give 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit the Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Community Fund on GoFundMe. “This was a way to raise awareness for the AAPI community and put a positive narrative on the design and bring it full circle to the name of the tee [Give Back I Love You],” says Jaw. Currently, 100 percent of the proceeds are going to the AAPI’s GoFundMe. While the shirts are currently sold-out, Jaw is still creating custom orders.
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