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That’s right, the spelling is correct ‘Darth Wader’ – Clothing brand Weird Fish is launching a limited edition Darth Wader T-shirt, in collaboration with The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). This fantastic tee will be available to buy from Tuesday 10 November.
With the release of the latest instalment in the Star Wars franchise, The Force Awakens, due out in December, this product not only ticks the merchandise box, but you know the profits are making a real difference.
It is well recognised that the RSPB is the UK’s largest nature conservation charity. Weird Fish have kindly made this their ‘charity of the year’ and will therefore donate £9 made from each Darth Wader T-shirt sale to the cause.
The quirky T-shirt has a bold print, cleverly disguising a wading bird as the classic Star Wars character Darth Vader. The print is so vibrant and animated that this is one piece to quirk up any outfit – it will certainly get a few double takes.
Made from quality cotton, the tee will ensure that you can enjoy it wear after wear. The great thing about this is the base colour is black, so it will pair with almost any casual outfit.
In addition to Weird Fish launching this charity T-shirt, readers should keep an eye out for Weird Fish and RSPB’s upcoming competition to design the next T-shirt. The competition will launch at the beginning of November, on the companies’ social media pages, sales of which will be in May 2016. Again money from the sale of the new T-shirt will go towards the RSPB.
John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish, comments: ‘Weird Fish is proud to continue its support of the RSPB and make a difference to the green spaces and surrounding communities across the UK. It’s something our customers are passionate about, too.’
The Darth Wader T-shirt is available to buy nationally from Weird Fish retail stores and online from weirdfish.co.uk. There are 12 branded Weird Fish stores.