H&M‘s Fashion Against AIDS 2012 continues to show that you can still look good while supporting a cause. The collection, officially launched in 2008, aims toward raising awareness of the disease among youth. 25% of all purchases will go directly to four different organizations: UN Population Fund, MTV Staying Alive Foundation, YouthAIDS, and Designers Against AIDS. H&M makes it possible for anyone to participate by uploading their kisses on the website. With every entry, H&M donates $1. Isn’t that cute? Check out some of the steamy looks below for both guys and girls, and be sure to purchase, upload your kiss, or donate just because. Continue reading “Fashion Against AIDS”
Eva Ekvall was a Venezuelan beauty queen at 17, and third runner-up in the Miss Universe by 18. She was a model, actress, television news anchor and author. Indeed she accomplished a great deal as a young woman, but while such achievements were highly praised it was the beauty’s personal struggles that displayed her true strengths and determination.
Ekvall was diagnosed with breast cancer six months after the birth of her first child. She released a book emphasizing on her battle and bringing more public attention to the disease. “Fuera de Foco (Out of Focus)” included Continue reading “Eva Ekvall: Forever Beautiful In Our Hearts”
In the African nation of Malawi, disease, poverty and famine have taken a horrible toll, especially on young people — in a country of twelve million people, one million are orphaned children.
In 2006, Continue reading “I Am Because We Are”