You have so many T-shirts, we hear MoMA’s doing a retrospective. So the last thing you need is another one, right?But Mika Organic will convince you that there’s room for one more. The elegant collection of hemp and organic cotton tees and dresses made in Williamsburg by Mika Machida is unlike anything currently hanging in your closet.Using water-based inks, Machida screen-prints creatures (whale, flamingo), plants (dandelion), and habitats (forest), rendering her designs nearly animate: straps imitate antennae on the butterfly blouse ($220), and a top’s loose-hanging sleeve adopts the billowy motion of an elephant ear ($180).The Japan-born designer is inspired by animal picture books, and a percentage from each sale of her ethical creations (surprise, they’re eco) is donated to the Wildlife Conservation Network to protect endangered species. Consider it a contribution to both your wardrobe and the world at large.Available online at shopmikaorganic.com, $154-$275.We’re scoring major greenie points: Check out our galleries of ecofriendly bags, lingerie, home goods, and indie fashions.Photo: Courtesy of Mika Organics Up to 65% off Cynthia VincentBalance your closet with basics from Cynthia Vincent, whose collections always manage to be wearably fashion forward. Goods from the go-to designer are on sale now at our sample site for up to 65 percent off.