Proceeds will be donated to Black Lives Matter, Equal Justice Initiative and Color of Change.
The $60 tee is already going for $700 on the secondary market.
One hundred percent of profits will go toward helping homeless youth and families affected by the virus.
It’s the first time the artist and fashion-world collaborator has created a shoe from the ground up.
It will his fourth gallery in Asia, joining locations in Tokyo, Seoul, and Hong Kong.