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We want to cop these Corona des Garçons clothes for a cause

We want to cop these Corona des Garçons clothes for a cause
Gabbi Garcia and Khalil Ramos for Scout x Globe

Meet your new favorite charitable clothing brand: Corona des Garçons.

The Europe-based brand is a fundraiser that aims to help out with the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 relief efforts. Their products feature clever parodies of luxury brands—but at a 10th of a price, with 100 percent of proceeds going to a worthy cause. How’s that for a good deal?


Although their statement tops are faux designer, even a supermodel like Bella Hadid approves of them. Their line includes shirts, hoodies and pullovers, all of which can double for comfy house wear. They also carry accessories that range from phone cases to beanies to an actual bean bag for your quarantine and chilling sessions.

The pieces are priced at £30 (P1,877) for tees, £40 (P2,503) for pullovers and £45 (P2,816) for hoodies. As of the moment, they can only ship to UK and US locations due to COVID-19 customs bans. But we’re holding out our hopes that we can cop our own Corona des Garçons ’fits in the future.

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Photos from the Corona des Garçons website

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