British fashion designer and singer Victoria Beckham has created a limited edition t-shirt in honour of World AIDS Day, with all proceeds going to the fight against HIV AIDS.
This isn't the first time she is channeling her influence in the fashion world in aid of charity. Early this year, she opened up her personal wardrobe for sale to raise funds for the mothers2mothers organisation, a charity that raises money to train and employ South African women living with HIV.
Victoria Beckham's white t-shirt features a screen-printed ribbon logo (the symbol of World AIDS Day), and is on sale online at victoriabeckham.com as well as in the designer's London store on Dover Street in the West End.
Beckham was recently appointed UNAIDS Global Goodwill Ambassador.
"My personal commitment to raise awareness and resources to end the AIDS epidemic is one that is shared by my brand and we wanted to mark World AIDS Day with an initiative that my customers could also participate in," explained the 40-year-old designer.
The money from the shirts, which are available December 1-31 and are priced between £90 (RM486) to €110 (RM595), will help go to UNAIDS's efforts to end the disease by 2030. If you buy the t-shirt you'll also get a small red World AIDS Day ribbon pin, while the store and the website have planned a special red tint in honor of the fight against the disease.
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