Organizations and companies worldwide are coming together for Worlds AIDS Day (today, December 1st) to fight HIV, support those living with the virus and remember those who have died. Even retailers have taken part in the fight, check out a few projects they put together for the cause.

Armani Exchange (A|X) partnered up with dance4life, a nonprofit organization that educates young people about HIV through dance, and model Doutzen Kroes to release an exclusive T-shirt. The shirt features the model and the words “Dance, Dance, Dance.” The shirt is available starting today at all (A|X) locations for $35 and the profits will go to educational initiatives.
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The Gap Red (Gap clothing’s partnership with Global Fund to raise money to eliminate AIDS in Africa) teamed up with designer Isabel Marant to create a printed T-shirt. At $34, 50% of every sale going to
the Global Fund.

Nike created the Nike (RED) x World AIDS Day collection that includes special-edition Cheyenne backpacks, peacoat-style Destroyer jackets and a Nike (RED) Zoom Meriwether shoe.

Lastly, Fidelity Denim designed a pair of red denim skinny jeans. They will cost $205 and profits will go to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
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How are you helping to fight AIDS in your communities, Clutchettes? Get tested!

-Krystal Holmes

Source: Glamazons Blog

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