It’s not every day that celebrity selects an up-and-coming designer’s work to wear on stage, but for Kayla Robinson, that day just came.
According to Glamour, the 18-year-old and owner of The Green Box Shop saw her very own T-shirt design worn on stage by Frank Ocean at the Panorama Music Festival in New York City on Friday, July 28. Robinson — who identifies as Afro-Latina and bisexual, Glamour reports — created the “Why be racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic when you could just be quiet?” T-shirt after finding a lack of social justice-themed clothing on the web.
“When I couldn’t find any social justice tee shirts online for myself that really would grab someones attention, I decided to make my own and sell them to raise money to get my yoga teacher certification (Now the ultimate vision is urban farming),” Robinson wrote on her shop’s About Us page.
And after learning that Ocean chose to wear her design on stage, Glamour says the young designer is experiencing an influx of orders, posting on Instagram to ask shoppers for patience as they craft and send out the handmade shirts.
If you want to wear your social justice goals, check out Robinson’s shop here.