When Maria Grazia Chiuri sent a T-shirt reading 'we should all be feminists' down Dior's spring 2017 runway, statement political tees suddenly became a major part of the fashion lexicon. Fast-forward almost a year, and the latest celeb to make a statement with their wears is Sienna Miller, who stepped out in a white shirt with the words '100% human' printed on the front.
If you’re wondering what the slogan means, here’s the lowdown. The piece is made by online retailer Everlane and is part of a collection launched to protect human rights. For every 100% human product sold, Everlane donates $5 to the American Civil Liberties Union. And although we are here in Australia, the message is universal: despite our differences, every single one of us is 100% human and we all deserve human rights!
Everlane cotton T-shirt, approx $28; everlane.com