Jacobs launched the initiative in 2006 to raise awareness about skin cancer. The t-shirts are sold at Marc Jacobs’ boutiques with proceeds benefiting the NYU Cancer Institute and its melanoma research. Past t-shirts have featured Heidi Klum and Victoria Beckham, among others, the New York Post says. You can also find the campaign on Facebook.
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