This year’s summer collection of H&M is smokin’ that you’d need to go see a certified nutrition specialist to get started working on your body right now! Not only is the collection fabulous, it supports a great cause too.
H&M is set to launch the fifth Fashion Against AIDS (FAA) collection to raise funds and create youth awareness about HIV and AIDS. It’s such a great cause, and as usual, 25% of all sales will go directly to a variety of international youth HIV and AIDS awareness projects, including Designers Against Aids, MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation, United Nations Population Fund, and YouthAids.
This year’s summer-ready collection for girls and guys brings together ethnic influences from different continents: Colorful African trims on blouses and bustiers, graphic black and white Maori prints on leggings and crop-tops, and folkloric Inuit designs from Greenland on draped T-shirts. The collection also includes fashion accessories such as hats, footwear and jewelry, as well as special pieces such as iPhone cases.
H&M’s Fashion Against AIDS collection be will available in around 300 stores on April 26th 2012.