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Jane Fonda Made Sweatsuits For Coronavirus Relief

Jane Fonda Is Selling Rainbow Sweatsuits to Help Workers Affected by COVID-19

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Like so many of us, Jane Fonda is also partaking in comfy loungewear while staying at home right now. The only difference is that Jane's personalized tracksuit will help COVID-19 relief. The actress showed off a cozy heather gray sweatsuit on Instagram while petting an adorable puppy. The matching set featured a rainbow stripe that had "Fonda" written down the sides. Jane originally posted a picture wearing the Crafted by LA sweatsuit a week earlier and received so many questions from fans about where they could buy it. Since there was such a demand for her "Fonda" sweats, she decided to sell the style and give 100 percent of the profits to Fire Drill Friday. FDF is her cause that urges politicians to pay attention to climate change and paying full minimum wage for workers.

Jane captioned the photo, "After seeing the incredible outpouring of love for the sweatsuits, my friends at Crafted LA decided to produce a limited run of the collection to donate 100% of net proceeds to @FireDrillFriday and @1fairwage_official. Each purchase will help the fight against climate change and provide assistance to our service industry and tipped workers affected by COVID-19. To buy click the link in my bio. #FireDrillFridays #OneFairWage." Keep reading to see the photos and shop the pieces for a great cause ahead.

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