H&M tapped a cool-kid crew of celebs to road-test its fourth annual Fashion Against AIDS collection.
The unisex collection features slogan tees, draped parkas with zip-off sleeves and summer-ready shorts.
I think its really fitting that this collection is androgynous in style since the disease affects both men and women, Selma Blair, who modelled a t-shirt that reads Brain First Body 2nd with jeans and an oversized tab-sleeved white shirt, said in a statement. Its a universal thing and we are all in this together. Its a disease that can be avoided and its especially tragic when our ignorance keeps us from safety.
H&M has pledged to donate 25% of the sales of the collection to the Designers against AIDS charity and other global HIV/AIDS prevention projects.More