You may remember Chris Cosentino, celebrity chef and Season 4 winner of Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters.” Last summer, he competed against nine other award-winning chefs on behalf of The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF). And he won, earning $141,000 for MJFF. Now you can channel your inner Top Chef, wearing the t-shirt he wore during the competition—and support the Foundation’s efforts to speed a cure for Parkinson’s.
Chris collaborated with Flavour Gallery, which designs and produces apparel for culinary enthusiasts. He created a special edition t-shirt, just like the one he wore on Top Chef, available for men and women. A portion of the proceeds from the t-shirt’s sales will be donated by Chris and Flavour Galley to MJFF.
We spoke with Chris last year about what inspires him in the kitchen and throughout the grueling competition. Because his uncle had PD, Chris says he knew he was “sticking my neck out for the right reasons” by supporting MJFF.
“It was an honor to play for the Foundation on Top Chef. With this t-shirt, I’m happy to keep doing whatever I can to help raise awareness about Parkinson’s, and to help fund a cure.”
Show your pride in our favorite Top Chef—and help us make PD a thing of the past!