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H&M's Unisex Fashion Against AIDS Collection Will Launch in April

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Images courtesy of H&M

Swedish megaretailer H&M will launch its fourth annual Fashion Against AIDS (FAA) collection this April 26th. Twenty-five percent of sales from the unisex range will be donated to youth HIV/AIDS projects around the world.

"We wanted to create a unisex collection with a sporty vibe," said head of design Ann-Sofie Johansson in a statement. "It felt really liberating to think of the cut, the shape, and the fabric first before thinking of what gender it should be fore. Key pieces are the slogan T-shirts as well as the sports style jacket with zip details, which can be worn in all sorts of ways."

Check out the entire collection—including some of the label's very Margiela-ish accessories and carrier bags—in the gallery, above.
· H&M [Official Site]