New York, N.Y. (CNS) – Katy Perry has joined Dita Von Teese and many other celebrities by signing up to sign up to H&M’s campaign for “Fashion Against Aids.” Perry will design some special garments to go on sale for the charity.
Katy’s design for the store includes a printed bodysuit, featuring a smiley face inside a heart, Female First reports. Estelle, Robyn, Tokio Hotel and N.E.R.D. are other celebrities who have contributed for the cause.
Katy’s message reads, “It’s what’s on the outside that counts,” while Estelle’s says, “Life is too short – have sex be safe.”
Legends as Cyndi Lauper and Yoko Ono designed clothing with slogans like, “Girls just wanna have safe sex” and “Imagine peace.”
Each musician has collaborated with the brand and designed a piece of clothing with a personal safe-sex slogan printed on it. The garments will be sold exclusively via H&M’s Divided departments to help increase the awareness of HIV/AIDS.
Working with charities like Designers Against AIDS, YouthAIDS, UNFPA and MTV Staying Alive Foundation the campaign donates 25 percent of the sales price from the collection to HIV/AIDS awareness projects. It goes on sale May 28.