Mark Thomas Taylor & MTV ‘In This Together’ Collection
UK designer Mark Thomas Taylor joins forces with MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation to create a new line; ‘In This Together’, in the fight against AIDS.
In a new rejuvenated bid to create a wave of awareness about HIV/AIDS, Mark Thomas Taylor’s new line of t-shirts, vests and accessories seeks to spark an open discussion about the world’s most taboo pandemic.
Money raised from ‘In This Together’ goes to MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation, working to give young people the power to protect themselves against infection through correct education, combating the stigma.
“I’m so excited about this collaboration with SAF and MTV! The fight against HIV and AIDS is so important and I couldn’t think of a better way to show my support than to team up with these guys on our capsule collection.”
Mark Thomas Taylor
Take a look at the collection below…
Heart Logo Tee In Red Marl
The branded Heart logo represents the In This Together Campaign. This super-soft tee is laundered for comfort and is made with 65% recycled cotton. It is priced at £35
Heart Logo Tee In Grey
Heart Logo Vest
This vest is made in Mark Thomas Taylor’s two-tone design with a left chest Heart Logo. This super-soft vest is laundered for comfort and is made with 65% recycled cotton. It is priced at £30 .
Heart Slogan tote bag
Made from 100% cotton canvas, this Heart Slogan tote bag is an everyday essential. Perfect for carrying your laptop, iPad, gym gear or any other daily essentials. It is priced at £20.
Help Mark Thomas Taylor spread the word with these cute ‘Wear One, Share One’ friendships bracelets. Sold in random pairs, they are the perfect way to show your support. Priced at £3 per pair.
This capsule collection is available now over at >MarkThomasTaylor.com. The collection will be on sale beginning Thursday, September 27th until Christmas Day 2012.
I encourage anyone wanting to learn more to visit www.staying-alive.org and www.markthomastaylor.com, where they can learn important facts about HIV prevention. You can also follow @MTVStayingAlive to keep up-to-date with the campaign.