We all know how important our undergarments are in our daily lives but did you know they could provide a totally different kind of support than what you’re used to? Yesterday, PACT unveiled its new holiday collection of men’s and women’s skivvies featuring Yves Behar’s Japanese wood block-inspired prints. The philanthropic underwear company will be donating ten percent of the proceeds from each pair of boxers, briefs or panties to Architecture for Humanity, who will use the money to rebuild an entire village in Japan that was almost completely destroyed in this past March’s disasters. So if your underwear drawer could use a refresh, or if you’re looking for affordable stocking stuffers that won’t end up going to waste (undies are one thing everyone needs), head on over to PACT and pick up a pair or five for a great cause!
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