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Posh Bares It All In The Name Of Skin Cancer

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snf29bizt_426536j2.jpgVictoria Beckham is stripping down in the name of skin cancer. In partnership with designer Marc Jacobs, she is posing nude in a series of t-shirts that will promote skin cancer awareness. Posh is joining other naked female celebrities protecting their skin like Heidi Klum, Eva Mendes, and Joss Stone who have also supported the campaign.  According to Posh:

Since we moved to California I have realised how important it is to practise safe sun for myself and to keep my three boys skin well protected as well. Skin cancer is a huge problem and I really wanted to help raise awareness by taking part in Marc’s initiative.

The autographed shirts go on sale in Marc Jacob’s stores beginning next week and all proceeds from the sale will go to the NYU Skin Cancer Foundation.

Via: Popcrunch

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