Balenciaga’s koala-themed clothing: When and where you can buy
You can now support the Australian bushfires with designer fashion items from Balenciaga.
If you haven't spoilt yourself with a pair of Balenciaga's Triple-S in "Off White", we think there's something new to add to your wishlist. Your favourite luxe streetwear label has created a charitable hoodie and T-shirt collection for the Australian bushfires.
The themed capsule arrives after Balenciaga's parent company Kering also donated to the Australian bushfire relief efforts – AUD$1 million to be exact. In terms of the clothing, 100% of all the proceeds will go to a local conservation organisation chosen by Kering's team of sustainability experts.
The unisex hoodie and T-shirt are printed with a super-cute graphic of a koala – and we are obsessed. The koala population has been heavily devastated by the fires, so bad that the species may become endangered. So why not support them with a designed hoodie? We can't complain.
When can you get your hands on them? The wait isn't too long thankfully. You'll be able to pick up a hoodie or T-shirt from the 13 January. It may take a few days for the styles to reach Aussie stores though, so keep your eyes peeled!
Keen to check out more of the latest fashion news? We are currently obsessed with the Gucci x Disney's Mickey Mouse collection and the BAPE x The Weeknd capsule. You can also click here to check out our round-up of the best sales of the week – most of them are still going on!
You can also check out our hub on the Australian bushfires. It's where you can find pages like a list of all the Australian stores that are donating profits to the bushfire appeal or see our guide on how you can support bushfire-affected businesses and towns.
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