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Japan Relief Efforts: Johnny Weir Teams Up With Tadashi Shoji

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Olympic skater Johnny Weir has teamed up with designer Tadashi Shoji to create a T-shirt to benefit Japan's disaster relief. The shirt retails for $25 at and 100% off proceeds will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society. Check out Weir's message, above.
· T-Shirt order page [Johnny Weir]