H&M launched its fifth Fashion Against Aids collection this month, raising money and awareness around HIV and AIDS.
The collection carries a distinctive global flavour, with African trims, Maori print, and Navajo influences. Some pieces are not quite the thing you’d be comfortable wearing in front of your grandparents…
Funds raised go to charities Designers Against Aids, MTV Staying Alive Foundation, United Nations Population Fund and YouthAIDS.
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The campaign has drawn out some strong reactions. What do you think of H&M’s Fashion against Aids?