High rise members of the fashion world have teamed up with some famous faces to create more awareness towards the on-going battle against the global attack of AIDS.
Maison Martin Margiela has created another appealing annual World AIDS Day t-shirt, modelled by American R.E.M front man Michael Stipe and French model/actress Lou Doillon, promoting the important message. ‘There is more action to be taken to fight AIDS than to wear this t-shirt but it’s a good start.’ The t-shirt will come in the contrasting colours of white and blue, at the price of £55 and available across all Margiela stores.
Another respected designer Isabel Marant has teamed up with high street store GAP to promote a printed grey t-shirt at the bargain price of £24.99 where 50 per cent of the takings for the limited edition tee will go towards eliminating AIDS in Africa. The t-shirt is available worldwide or online at gap.eu.
The recognizable red ribbon produced by the UK’s HIV and AIDS charity, National AIDS Trust, have designed a fashionable and eye catching red crystallised ribbon which is worn as a broach and designed to be a long lasting reminder towards the awareness surrounding AIDS. The little red ribbon can be bought at MAC Cosmetics stores nationwide or online at worldaidsday.org/the-red-ribbon at the price of £14.99.
Finally, New York designer, Kenneth Cole has grabbed singers Ke$ha and Estelle to model his unique re-invented design of the red AIDS ribbon which features a double loop in the form of a badge to be worn with any outfit. Kenneth Cole has been an influential figure on the subject of AIDS impacting opinions and creating social change upon the topic. The badge is a small but life changing price of £5 from which all the proceeds go to the Come Together campaign. Grab one now at House of Fraser stores in the UK now until 31st December.
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