It's finally our time, messy eaters! I know it's not just me, but white clothing and red sauces are an instant recipe for disaster. So condiment company Heinz has decided to embrace its ability to ruin shirts, and they've partnered up with a vintage clothing brand to release already ketchup-stained shirts.
The ketchup king has teamed up with the thrift store brand ThredUp on the Heinz Vintage Drip collection, for what is described as "157 secondhand streetwear and designer pieces, each with a unique Heinz ketchup stain."
Heinz described it as "a first of its kind" fashion line, "Because when it's Heinz, it's not a stain, it's a statement."
But it's not all ridiculousness, as all of the proceeds go to Rise Against Hunger, which is not just a charity, it is "a global movement to end world hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives, responding to emergencies."
The collection is sold exclusively through ThredUp's website.