The devastating events that took place in Japan earlier this year have still left the country in turmoil, with many survivors still needing aid to help rebuild their desperate country, but thankfully, there are some generous individuals out there.

Karl Lagerfeld, Lady Gaga, Alber Elbaz and Victoria Beckham are just a few of the fashion big shots teaming up with Vogue and GQ for a special Japan edition to help raise awareness for a charity T-shirt project in aid of survivors of the Japanese earthquake.

The Fashion Unites For Japan T-shirts come adorned with messages of support for the Japanese people, with Charlize Theron, Orlando Bloom, Cyndi Lauper and Blake Lively also involved in the design project.

The initiative is expected to raise approximately 100 million yen (£757,000), all of which will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society to help aid restoration following the disaster. Vogue and GQ Japan hope this charity will help support the afflicted people and achieve an early recovery, reports Vogue UK.

The Fashion Unites For Japan T-shirts will go on sale globally on June 25th at Uniqlo, priced £12.99 each.

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