BARE's very own Christine Fukushima used some over-sized Student Action t-shirts, her sewing machine, and vintage buttons to create these more stylish versions of the ASUC party's teal campaign t-shirt. Needless to say, Student Action's Sheila Chen and Dani Haber were elated when BARE presented them with these shirts and party members wore them when flyering for the candidates on Sproul. Even campaigning is an opportunity for fashion and creativity, so check back to the BARE blog for a step-by-step post on how to turn your plain campaign t-shirt (or any t-shirt for that matter) into one of these designs.

Christine is joined by Doreen (our beloved Founder of BARE Mag) and John Kim (upcoming editor-in-chief)

Christine working hard

Nastia Voynovskaya
BARE Reporter


  1. Oh my god, baby doll is so cute! ! And how long did it take to make the one with the buttons?

  2. omg so cute!!! lol i shud upload the one i did with the free strada cafe shirt i robbed from my bf, turned it into a tunic ^^