OmniPeace Launches Cute (and Charitable!) T-Shirt Line for Kids

01/24/2010 at 11:00 AM ET
Courtesy of OmniPeace

Stars like Jessica Alba, Courteney Cox-Arquette and Gwen Stefani are often spotted around L.A. rocking OmniPeace‘s stylish t-shirts. Now, they can deck their kids out in them too!

The charitable fashion brand — they support various African charities that promote peace, education, human rights and an end to extreme poverty by 2025  — has launched a super cute line of children’s tees that you and your little ones will love.

Available in two adorable prints (“When I Grow Up” and “Falling Stars“), the tees ($36 each) come in solid or burnout-styles in soft colors like pink, yellow and baby blue.

Added bonus: 25% of all current proceeds go to Congolese rehab centers that help victims who have been affected by violence in the war-torn country.

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lucy on

What fab tees, so cute. They’re a little more than I’d usually spend on tees for my kids, but to end extreme poverty seems to me a fantastic cause. I’m glad celebs are decking their babies out in these.

lucy on

What fab tees, so cute. They’re a little more than I’d usually spend on tees for my kids, but to end extreme poverty seems to me a fantastic cause. I’m glad celebs are decking their babies out in these.

Angi on

Love it! Next chance I get I will get one for my daughter.

Angi on

Love it! Next chance I get I will get one for my daughter.

Angie W on

These are great messages for kids to share, but why do they have to cost so much?! $36? Really?! It can’t possibly cost that much to make them. I always find it interesting that some liberal, community-minded companies still worship the almight dollar. Oh well. I am making my own shirts this weekend and using fabric-paint–they look cool too :)

Angie W on

These are great messages for kids to share, but why do they have to cost so much?! $36? Really?! It can’t possibly cost that much to make them. I always find it interesting that some liberal, community-minded companies still worship the almight dollar. Oh well. I am making my own shirts this weekend and using fabric-paint–they look cool too :)

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