Jean-Paul Gaultier has decided to support the fight against AIDS and HIV with a charity line of socks. The caption 'Safe Sex Forever' refers to T-shirt prints from a collection that the French designer showed in 1996.
The socks will be available from March 26 on a special website and in the Parisian boutique Tom Greyhound. The cost of one pair will be 22 euros. All funds raised will go to Sidaction, which funds HIV and AIDS research and helps people living with these diseases.
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