Diesel announced today its new charitable collaboration with Naomi Campbell, featuring tees and hoodies to support her Fashion For Relief project. The capsule collection, called Child at Heart, includes artwork by children attending Italy's Diesel HQ kindergarten, from colorful hearts to illustrative ladybugs.
Around the globe, 1.2 billion children are living in developing countries, while more than 230 million children have been forced out of their homes due to a crisis, according to Diesel. One in 10 children lives in a country that has been impacted by conflict.
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Diesel ceative director Nicola Formichetti told Vogue he was "very excited to participate in a project which, on top of contributing to a good cause, was a fun moment for the kids to be creative and think about symbols of love."
Fashion For Relief was established in 2005 with the goal to raise funds and awareness for global causes by working with charity organizations across the world. Since first launching, it has raised more than £4.5 million.
"This amazing and special project will provide much needed aid and support for refugee children," Campbell said of her Diesel collab.
"I’m so happy that Naomi approached us to support this amazing cause," added Formichetti. "We're very grateful that we can work together with Naomi and do good."
Watch the Child at Heart campaign, below, and shop the exclusive Diesel collection, here.