In just three hours, they sold out.

Hamburg-born fashion designer Robert Geller’s limited-edition stash of ‘Immigrant’ tees flew off the racks yesterday, a rep for the designer, a former collaborator of Marc Jacobs, told Moneyish. All 191 of the grey unisex crew-necks came with the word ‘Immigrant’ painted in pink by Ana Lerario-Geller, Geller’s Brazilian-born designer wife. They were sold exclusively on menswear site Grailed.com.

But fans of the cult designer who were frantically quickly clicking away yesterday can relax: Geller’s rep confirmed that more Immigrant tees are on their way, though the designer didn’t yet have a fixed date. The tees went for $50, and all profits go to the American Civil Liberties Union, which has been leading legal challenges against the travel restrictions that President Donald Trump placed on six Muslim-majority nations.

But fans of the cult designer who were frantically quickly clicking away yesterday can relax: Geller’s rep confirmed that more Immigrant tees are on their way, though the designer didn’t yet have a fixed date. The tees went for $50, and all profits go to the American Civil Liberties Union, which has been leading legal challenges against the travel restrictions that President Donald Trump placed on six Muslim-majority nations.

This isn’t the only time Geller has infused political commentary into his work. His recent military-tinged Fall 2017 show was inspired by themes of war and love. Women’s Wear Daily said in its review that “he remains one of the highlights of men’s fashion week in New York.”

The Rhode Island School of Design-trained creative has quietly been making waves. In 2009, he won the GQ/CFDA Best New Menswear designer award and his elegantly cut, continental-gentleman-off-duty pieces are now retailed at the likes of Barneys and the hip Los Angeles boutique Ron Herman.