For the fifth time H&M have united with fashion’s global tribes to raise funds for Fashion Against Aids. On the 26th of April H&M released their newest collection for the campaign to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS among the young. The collection brings together ethnic influences from different continents; expect Aztec designs, bold colour, dip dye and tribal tattoo prints.
The collection is available in around 300 H&M Divided departments as well as online. 25% percent of every garment sold goes towards the campaign!
H&M's fashion Against AIDS 2012... Full of colorful tribal prints and fun accessories, with a portion of proceeds going towards a very important cause, this collection should be on everyone’s summer must-buy list.
“Safe sex is a message that each new generation needs to hear, which is why H&M is launching its fifth Fashion Against AIDS (FAA) collection, to raise funds and create awareness about HIV/AIDS among the young.”