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April Clare Welsh
3 May 2024, 11:23

Michael Bibi launches new merch line raising funds for cancer research

The One Life clothing collection comprises four butterfly-adorned t-shirts 

Photo of Michael Bibi performing at Coachella
Image courtesy of Sequel Inc/Michael Bibi

Michael Bibi has launched a new clothing line to raise funds for cancer research.

Last year, the British DJ and producer was diagnosed with CNS Lymphoma, a rare form of brain and spinal cancer. Following six months of treatment, he revealed he was in remission at the end of 2023, and made a surprise appearance at Ibiza’s DC-10 to play a set for the first time since his diagnosis.

The One Life clothing collection — which takes its name from Bibi's forthcoming 2024 world tour — comprises four T-shirts in total, all sporting huge butterfly designs, as seen on Bibi during his recent Coachella set. Three include the words "#FKCANCER".

One of the T-shirts also features the quote, "Life is a journey, embrace the winds, navigate the storms, emerge from the cocoon of challenges, fly free as a butterfly" on the back.

Writing on Instagram, Bibi says 25% of profits from each sale will be donated to the UK's The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity to fun new research "in the fight against cancer".

See the One Life clothing line here.

Last month, Bibi played his first official set since being declared cancer free in December. He  performed a two-set headline set at Coachella's brand new Quasar stage, joined on stage by his close friends and family.

The the Solid Grooves label founder is due to headline the 45,000-capacity Finsbury Park on 6th July, as part of his One Life world tour