Stella McCartney teams up with Angelia Jolie for Draw Me To Safety campaign
Photography via Twitter/StellaMcCartney
By Jasmine Roberts
Stella McCartney has teamed up with the charity War Child UK to raise awareness and support for children living in war-torn areas around the globe. For the Draw Me To Safety project, Stella McCartney has released two limited-edition
T-shirts that feature illustrations done by children in the countries War Child UK supports.
Read more about Stella McCartney’s ‘Draw Me To Safety’ campaign after the jump…
Draw Me To Safety was initially launched in the UK with the help of Angelina Jolie, a known activist and UN refugee agency Goodwill Ambassador, in order to promote what safety means to different children today and what makes them feel safe. Taking it one step further, Stella McCartney released these influential T-shirts for her Spring 2015 collection available in all Stella McCartney stores worldwide and for
online purchase. All proceeds will go directly to War Child UK.
“Draw Me To Safety” T-shirt in support of War Child ($125 US for women; $55 US for children), at stellamccartney.com.
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