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Bonnie Morales x Snacky Tunes Long Sleeve Trash Tee

$55.00

The hope of spring driven by a folkloric-style. Made from 100% Recycled Cotton.

This any-season wardrobe staple is unisex and errs on the side of easy when it comes to fit.

100% of proceeds from the sale of Bonnie’s t-shirt will benefit BYSOL, a Bitcoin fund set up to assist citizens in Belarus who have been fired in retribution for protesting the recent illegitimate presidential election

Designer: Naomi Abel & Terence Teh 

To celebrate their new book, the team behind the podcast presents a limited edition, charitable apparel initiative exploring five chef’s identity, and relationship with music and food.

Snacky Tunes: Music is the Main Ingredient, Chefs and Their Music (Phaidon) is a first-of-its-kind anthology of personal stories from over 75 of the world's most acclaimed chefs chronicling how music has helped to define themselves individually, opening gateways to understanding their cultures and igniting the creativity behind their work. Featuring interviews, never-before-published recipes and custom playlists from each chef, the book shares intimate insights and a fresh perspective on some of today's top culinary minds. 

Details:

-Unisex
-100% recycled, recyclable and biodegradable
-Responsibly made in South Los Angeles
-Made from remnants of US-grown cotton collected at the yarn source
-Garment dyed after it’s sewn
-Preshrunk and ready to wear

Size Chart:

XS S M L XL 2XL
LENGTH 27" 28" 29" 30" 31" 32"
CHEST 34" 38" 42" 46" 50" 54"
SLEEVE 21" 22" 22.5" 23" 23.5" 24"
SHOULDERS 16.5" 18" 19" 20.5" 22" 24"

EVERYBODY.WORLD & SNACKY TUNES

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A LIMITED EDITION COLLECTION INSPIRED BY THE CHEF'S PARTICIPATION IN THE NEW BOOK, ‘SNACKY TUNES: MUSIC IS THE MAIN INGREDIENT,' WHERE THEY NARRATE THE INFLUENCE OF MUSIC ON THEIR CELEBRATED CULINARY CAREERS.

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THE CHEF BEHIND THE DESIGN

The first-generation daughter of Belarusian immigrants, Chef Bonnie Morales grew up in a large Chicago family that cultivated the culture of food and drink of the former Soviet Union. She trained at the Culinary Institute of American and in top kitchens in New York and Chicago and opened her own restaurant, Kachka, in Portland in 2014, inspired by the food of the former Soviet Republics.
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FOOD AS ART

Bonnie's design visualizes 'Half an hour before spring' a Russian folk song by Pesnyary (Песняры). The song, which also inspired a dish of the same name, the recipe for which is included in Snacky Tunes. As Bonnie writes, 'Everyone is tired of the endless white blanketing of snow. But there, in the distance, you see a crocus peeking out. You can't do anything about it yet. The farm vendor lists are still all onions and potatoes, but it's this kernel of hope that pops inside of you.'

100% of proceeds from the sale of Bonnie’s t-shirt will benefit BYSOL, a Bitcoin fund set up to assist citizens in Belarus who have been fired in retribution for protesting the recent illegitimate presidential election.

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THIS GARMENT IS MADE FROM 100% RECYCLED COTTON. THE TEXTILE IS THE FIRST OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD, DEVELOPED FROM MANUFACTURING WASTE AND RESPONSIBLY MADE FROM FABRIC TO FINISH IN LOS ANGELES.