“I wanted to show how the effects of climate change are not just about fire, but about flooding too. After seeing the sketch my partner told me about the infamous joke and I thought it seemed fitting.” - Yasuko Toda

Yasuko’s work explores the idea that our current climate disaster is not an individual accountability, but the result of an abrogation of responsibility by those in power, in politics and big business. Few examples were more emblematic of this than when the (then) Prime Minister of Australia and two of his senior ministers were caught making a climate change joke at the expense of the Pacific Islands — currently at existential risk due to rising sea levels: “Time doesn't mean anything when you're about to have water lapping at your door.”

Yasuko turns her attention to the people for whom this is more than a joke — and asks us to not forget who bears the burden of responsibility for climate action.

Yasuko designed this collection to be worn at protests and demonstrations — and as a daily “wearable protest.”

Regular fit
Crew neck
100% combed organic cotton 
Quality organic cotton is grown without the use of herbicides or pesticides - GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified
Neck ribbing with twin needle stitch, side seamed, shoulder to shoulder tape, double-needle hems, preshrunk to minimise shrinkage