Blake Lively, Lady Gaga and More Stars Team Up with Uniqlo for Japan Relief

05/25/2011 at 02:00 PM ET

Japan Relief Charity T-Shirts
Courtesy Uniqlo

Uniqlo has partnered with 10 famous faces to design a special T-shirt as part of the new Save Japan! campaign, helping to raise money for the Red Cross. The T-shirts feature messages of encouragement from artists around the world, and Uniqlo hopes to be able to donate around $1.2 million from the sales to recovery efforts. Famous faces that have designed tees include Lady Gaga (above, left), who has previously designed a bracelet for the relief efforts, Blake Lively (above, right), Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Kidman and more. Get your own tee for $20 in Uniqlo stores starting June 25.

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maggies on

Well, I wish kim much happiness. I think her mom will put the malooks on her wedding , because she wants to run the show and make the best deals for money…its all about money…kris jenner is pimping her girls out..she pulled in 65 million last year from all the shows promotions, perfumes, pictures and everything else …she has her commission from managing her kids..she knows they listen to her, now once they get married ..the husband will have his say…so watch out kris…the shoe is about to drop..u still have the young ones to pimp, if bruce lets u..he is watching everything.he doesn’t want his daughters turning out anything like the first three…. mags

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