The conscious Manchester-based brand that is TOMORROW recently released a brand new collection in conjunction with the Animal Rights Organisation, Surge. The partnership has seen the duo TOMORROW work on a range of sustainable t-shirts, hoodies and accessories.

The collaboration is a new way for the two to raise awareness and funds for Surge’s animal rights work, not to mention that it’s supporting the independent artists that produced the designs. Specifically, 50% of the proceeds will go to the artists involved, while the other will be donated to Surge.

The artists in question are George Gibb, Jo Kitchen, Pauline Rochault, Anthony Sudol and Kim Van Vuuren, all of whom created varied work centred around animal rights. The designs land on either black, white or beige garments. As for the construction, PETA-approved organic cotton has been used while direct-to-garment prints with water-based inks are used to prevent wastage and water pollution.

Take a look at the TOMORROW x Surge collaboration below. If you like what you see then why not shop your favourites over at TOMORROW’s online store?

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