London, England (CNS) – Brit fashion designer Stella McCartney has designed the T-shirts that would be available for as less as $12. McCartney designed especially for Comic Relic’s Red Nose Day, which raises money for various African charities.
The designer has also enlisted the support of her friends Gwyneth Paltrow, Keira Knightley, Claudia Schiffer and the artist Sam Taylor-Wood, to hike its sales. One of the T-shirts features an image of her father, Sir Paul McCartney and his bandmates taken at the height of The Beatles’ fame, reports Telegraph.
The T-shirts will go on sale on Monday at 214 TK Maxx stores nationwide, with all net profits from sales going to Comic Relief ahead of Red Nose Day.
Ruth Jones and Rob Brydon have penned a song for the fundraiser event, which takes place on March 13. Comic Relief is a British charity organization that was founded in the United Kingdom in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis in response to famine in Ethiopia.
Red Nose Day is the main way in which Comic Relief raises money. As the name suggests, the day involves the wearing of plastic/foam red noses which are available, in exchange for a donation, from many shops.