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Celebrity Designers Team Up To Support Climate Project

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branson.jpgOnce more, L.E.N.Y (Limited Edition New York) is uniting celebrity designers to help raise money for Al Gore’s non-profit, The Climate Project. This time round, Buddhist Punk is joining in the fun, which includes designs from Carla Sozzani, Richard Branson, Natalia Vodianova and Charlotte Tilbury, to name but a few. From the article,

“The garments will be sold in the most prestigious multi-brand boutiques and department stores worldwide with net proceeds going to Al Gore’s association, The Climate Project, for the second season. The association works to raise awareness on the dramatic effects of global warming and to persuade citizens and governments of the urgent need to solve this environmental crisis.”

As with the last design fund raiser, these shirts will probably sell out pretty quick. Branson’s design shows a repeating image of Africa with the words “Flick Off!” written on the front. I’m not exactly sure what he’s trying to say…

Anyways, for a full gallery of celebrity creations, click here.

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