We're announcing four new items in the store, in benefit of our #AIDSfree campaign.
Andy Gotts Portraits: Celebrity photographer Andy Gotts MBE is selling prints of six famous people who are icons in their chosen fields, to benefit our Christmas AIDSfree appeal to provide HIV testing and treatment to people around the world who need it. Gotts has photographed Sir Elton John, Tom Hiddleston, Dame Shirley Bassey, Daniel Craig, Sir Ringo Starr and Dame Judi Dench as part of a project called iCons, in which he captures images of elite Hollywood actors, award-winning musicians and famous names in the fashion world. View the prints >
Ed Sheeran T-shirt: ChukuaSelfie means take a selfie. It could also mean transformative change for Kenya, which has the joint fourth largest epidemic in the world, but which struggles with the stigma around discussing and treating the virus. Ed Sheeran is joining us in promoting a life-saving message to encourage young men to self-test for HIV through a limited edition T-shirt he personally designed. By knowing their HIV status, those at risk can be linked to the treatment they need to protect themselves and others. View the t-shirt >
Tateossian Pill Cufflinks: Designer jeweller Tateossian created these stunning £195 cufflinks to commemorate the Foundation’s 25th silver anniversary, and is now donating them to our AIDSfree appeal, which provides HIV testing and treatment to people around the world. The two-tone black and silver pill-shaped accessories are half steel and half IP gunmetal plated. They represent the HIV drug PrEP, and highlight how one pill taken each day can manage the spread of HIV, and help end AIDS. The cufflinks also have a secret compartment with the signatures of Sir Elton John, David Furnish, and designer Robert Tateossian. View the cufflinks >
Elton's Home Run: Contemporary British artist and print-maker David Studwell has created a striking giclée print of Sir Elton John at Dodger Stadium in 1975. The re-worked print, which is adorned with diamond dust, references Elton at one of his most iconic performances - a true “home run” in his career. Studwell worked with world-renowned photographer Terry O’Neill to create the work. View the print >