Haute 100 LA: Alexander Wang Taps Kim And Kanye For Charity Campagin

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In honor of Alexander Wang’s 10-year anniversary in the fashion game, the designer has launched a capsule collection that features 25 of his best-selling pieces. However, that’s not all. Wang not only also tapped 38 of his most famous friends to promote the new collection, but also has decided to give back by partnering with the non-profit organization Do Something.

The star-studded campaign features Wang and our Haute 100 listers Kim Kardashian and hubby Kanye West, as well as a plethora of your favorite celebs either in entertainment, music or the fashion industry. The entire campaign features The Weeknd, Kate Moss, Rod Stewart, Academy award nominee Taraji P. Henson, Grimes, Daria Werbowy, Kristen Wig, Cara Delevingne, Pamela Anderson, Tyga, Alison Mosshart, A$SAP Rocky, Anna Ewers, Danny Fuller, Behati Prinsloo, Alice Glass, Aluna Francis, Fei Fei Sun, Gemma Ward, Georgia May Jagger, Beth Ditto, Pusha T, Raquez Zimmermann, Mariel Hemingway, Lykke Li, Jhene Aiko, Joan Smalls, Haim, Stevin Klein, Natasha Poly, Angel Haze, Koa Smith, Pascal Dangin, and, last but certainly not least, Lauren Hutton.

The campaign was shot by renowned photographer Steven Klein, who is also featured in the portrait series.

The limited edition black and white crown-sourced, re-issued hoodies and t-shirts modeled by these celebs are currently on sale on Alexander Wang’s e-commerce site as well as featured in Wang’s stores. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to Do Something, which, to put it frank, is an organization that is devoted to making “the world suck less.” It is touted as one of the largest global organizations for young people and social change. Its four million members “tackle campaigns that impact every cause, from poverty to violence to the environment to literally everything else. Any cause, anytime, anywhere.”

In a video featured on Wang’s site, he explains why he decided to team up with Do Something. Wang said, “DoSomething.org is a really important charity because it really gives a lot of the youth out there he platform to explore their interest and hobbies and to get them to really think outside the box.”

Share your favorite pieces via social media accompanied with the hashtag #Wang10 for a chance to be featured on Alexander Wang’s website or Instagram account.

Check out some more of the portraits below. To join Do Something click here.

Photos via Alexander Wang

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