Tuesday, April 10, 2012

H&M FASHION AGAINST AIDS 2012 // Exclusiuve Campaign Sneak Peek and GIVEAWAY!!


I'm super excited to share with you guys a sneak peek of the H&M Fashion Against Aids 2012 campaign as part of my collaboration with the brand's initiative. Above is one of the images from the campaign. How music-festival ready is this image? And just in time for Coachella, which I will be headed to on Friday. I'll be sure to stop by the H&M booth and keep you up-to-date on what's happening over in Indio, Cali.

This collection is H&M's 5th one that works to raise funds for and awareness about HIV/AIDS among the young, one fashionable piece at a time. This year's collection is ethnic-inspired, bringing you tribal patterns, loud colors, and cool shapes. Let's make this year's fight not just as successful as the last, but even more so.

And before you go, make sure to check out the exclusive video for this year's Fashion Against Aids collection below. It hits the H&M Divided section of stores on April 26, and will be available in around 300 stores, as well as online. What do you guys think of the collection?


And now you have the chance to win your own H&M Fashion Against AIDS mini collection, including the kimono jacket in the campaign picture featured in this post! All you have to do is leave a comment below with your email address and why you support the fight against AIDS.
 I have this same mini collection, and will be showing you how I style it later this month. I'll choose a winner next week when I get back from Coachella!

Thanks so much everyone!

62 comments:

mardijane said...

A good friend lost his partner of seventeen years to AIDS last year. It was a devastating to watch; and just knowing that out there millions of kids in third world countries are being born with AIDS with no chance of treatment is just horrifying. HIV is a disease that doesn't discriminate between races or wealth, but it does leave an equally tragic mark on the lives of all those it affects. The day that we rid the world of AIDS is the day that we make the world a better and safer place for millions of people, both close to and far from home.

Much love to all those affected by HIV.

xx Mardi.

mj.bridges@hotmail.com

WearAbouts said...

I support the fight against AIDS because I think that everyone should have a shot at all that life offers. Like Mardijane said, there are so many innocent children who are being born with the disease. You're supposed to have a clean slate as a child, and these kids don't get that--the decisions or the hardships that their parents or grandparents endured have affected them immensely. Everyone deserves to live their life to the fullest, and finding the cure for AIDS is the way to do that for many!
Rory
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www.WearAboutsBlog.com
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Clara Turbay said...

lovely ideas and style.

preppylove said...

I am an officer in Law Students for Africa at my law school so the fight against AIDS is a major struggle that comes up in our discussions a lot. Most of the people in that region don't have any way to combat the disease or don't have any way to become educated about the risks they are taking. I hope I can go to Africa sometime during law school and help in this fight.

xoxo KLS

stricklinkasey@gmail.com

Joey Chan said...

My reason is why not?!? AIDS affect countless people in many countries, they could be anyone around you. No one should be discriminated or untreated because of carrying the virus. Us supporting the fight against AIDS means we are always backing them, and erase public ignorance about the community and disease. Together we stand. x Joey

joeyc.ust@gmail.com

Unknown said...

I support the fight against HIV/AIDS because I remember growing up in New York in the early eighties and being afraid. Friends, neighbors and inspirations were wasting away, disappearing forever, and I didn't know why. This disease killed a piece of the culture that I came from, that I love, replaced creativity with fear. I want those who come after me to experience everything life has to offer, without that fear.

kiniro@gmail.com

Leanne said...

I am an English teacher. I have worked in Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka and have been in China for the past year. I have seen the effect HIV/AIDS can have; the loss of family,parents of the young, teenagers, even small children. I have had kids absent from class because their Mums or Dads have finally passed away after months of fighting.The lack of awareness and poor healthcare is killing hundreds of thousands. In Jakarta HIV/AIDS is rife and kids are dying every day. These kids don't understand or know why this is happening to them. For me,they were just so happy and grateful to learn and play,acknowledgement is all they ask for. We can all do our part and I commend H&M for their consistent hard work and dedication to help young people beat this life shattering disease.This collection encapsulates all it is to be young and free. They all deserve to grow up.

Leanne
leannebean@hotmail.co.uk

Kristina said...

I'm a nurse and have seen first hand the devestation that AIDS brings upon a person and their loved ones. There is only so much that can be done to fight this horrific disease. The key is prevention. We, as an entire planet, need to do our part in educating, acknowledging, and helping each other to stand against AIDS! We need to support those affected instead of discriminating. Their battle is hard enough without the added mistreatment of downward looking gazing. Take a stand!

much love, Kristina
kristina.simplybold@gmail.com

Luna S said...

I support the fight against AIDS because in this day and age, no one should be denied the right to life because of a disease we have a cure for. That we have progressed so much in so many realms of life, disease, especially AIDS should not be an issue for anyone and deserves our full support.

luna
laken.stlouisgirl@gmaill.com

simonesays said...

this year, I was lucky enough to go on a two-week volunteer trip to Kilema, Tanzania with two local principals. I saw poverty first hand - statistics say that the AIDS rate in Africa is going down, but that's most certainly not so for the small village of Kilema (it has the highest HIV AIDS rate of all of Tanzania.) I feel deeply rooted to the village and country now. I would spend so much time with the students each day; despite their huge smiles, I would never guess that almost fifty percent of them were infected with HIV. now, back at high school, I am the co-president of our Interact club (basically our humanitarian club) which raises awareness and funds for causes such as AIDS prevention in Africa, and I pretty much spend ALL OF MY TIME DOING IT. it's a huge commitment, but so worth it.
Anyway, rant over. it helps that I love fashion, and your blog as well.

love, Simone
simonerobert_@hotmail.ca

monkeyshines ♥ said...

fantastic campaign!

Bises,
monkeyshines
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Monika. said...

Unlike a lot of these comments, I have never really had personal experience with AIDS (thank the lord). It was only until very recently that I found out what this disease is and how it really affects people. But even then because I had never really been familiar with it, I didn't pay too much attention. Then a couple of weeks ago we had a AIDS survivor come talk to us in school. For some reason, her story moved me like no other. She told us about how she was married to her husband for 3 months before she realized he was infected and now so was she. But while she was telling her story there was no remorse or self pity in her eyes. There was only this one belief that she will survive and lead as much of a normal life as she can. Until the end of her story I didn't even remember that she was infected with a disease for which there was no cure. It was only after the entire auditorium had cleared out and as I was walking out and glanced back did I notice her taking out a bajillion medicine pills and swallowing them like candy. Her story and her courage made me realize that this disease cannot continue any longer. It cannot tear anymore families apart and make people lose loved ones. ENOUGH. And we all have to do something about it.

Monika

monikabapna96@yahoo.com

Jay said...

My husband's uncle had AIDS and to see the side effects and results are devastating. He died last December. What these individuals go through is absolutely horrific. There are so many sad stories. This disease is preventable and if we can help even just one more person out, it's worth it.

commonsenseandstilettos@yahoo.com

A said...

Thank you Dylana for working together with H&M to do something to benefit society as a whole!
I commend you for your efforts (along with H&M's) to improve the lives of many others. I, along with many others, am extremely thankful for people like you who take the time to help others who are fighting and struggling to hold on in this world.

Though I am not entering this giveaway, I wanted to comment and send my best wishes towards all the people who commented regarding friends, family, etc. who are effected by AIDS. I hope that through our collective efforts, we will someday be able to save all the lives that can potentially be lost as a result of HIV/AIDS.



~A
theaceofheartsa.blogspot.com

C.A.R. said...

Ive been eyeing that crop top from h&m ever since i saw it on the website! I want itt!

munchmecat.blogspot.com

garde said...

I support the fight against AIDS because i think every person deserve the same life with opportunities, because I believe in life!
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Anaivilo said...

This is such a great initiative! Let's face it..AIDS is scary, it terrifies you, it changes your life. I want to help in some way, not only to help those with AIDS, but to somehow destroy it completely, to yes, find a cure. So many countries and so many people are affected, it;s sad and frustrating not to have control over your body, to see yourself perish.. I want to see happy faces, joy, love, all the good in the world on each and every human soul on this Earth!

email: ollie_fashion@yahoo.com

Lulu said...
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Lulu said...

I support the fight against AIDS because I don't want people die from it...One of my schoolmates died of AIDS and she was a good girl. And I'm so scared I can lose someone else(
redalepou@yahoo.com

la Simo said...

Fight against AIDS, because in this century we should have beaten it, we have money, people, places and technology to erase AIDS but.. we have to fight!

lasimomi@gmail.com

Sophie said...

I don't have personal experience of someone with AIDS and I'm not going to pretend I do. I've been extremely fortunate to not have to experience the devastating effects of it personally, however, I am just as aware of the huge problems HIV/AIDS is causing around the world. It breaks my heart that it is one of the biggest killers, especially as it is entirely preventable between partners. It also makes me sad that there is still such a social stigma attached to people who suffer from HIV/AIDS. I would have thought that in the way our world has modernized, peoples' attitudes would have changed too, yet this is not the case.
I support the fight against HIV/AIDS because it is an all too deadly problem, which with a little education and healthcare could be cut down to a minimum. I support the fight because I don't believe that it can't be stopped. I think we have all the resources, we just have to use them.

sophie-walker1@hotmail.co.uk

Enya said...

I work in the medical profession, and while great medical advancements are continually explored, I have seen the physical, emotional and social devastation that HIV/AIDS can impart. Education will always be at the forefront of the battle for change.

Enya
looseknots@hotmail.com
enya-abeautifulmess.blogspot.com

Nathalie said...

i have never really had someone with HIV around (i know it's great!) but i think we have to work all together against things like AIDS or cancer, because there are people with money, there are people with technologies and people with great minds who could work on it really hard and finally find a cure. i really hope i will never have someone with AIDS around me because it has to destroy you and everyone. seeing someone dying.. this is one of the ways i can help so i help.

nathculakova@gmail.com

Tatiana Marie said...

I fully support the fight against AIDS because it brings awareness to the people who aren't quite educated about it. Also, if we as human beings can collectivel help one another, then we should. The fight against AIDS is basically about helping those who are going through it. And I am definitely a supporter.

t.ngpingcheung@gmail.com

Maria said...

Somebody would think that Aids is a modern myth...everybody has heard of it, what it does but nobody thinks it can happen to them.We think its only for people in Africa, homosexuals or drug addicts.Everything is for everyone.You never know.Plus it is not so far away from us than we think.That is why prevention is better than treatment.Safe sex is not only for not getting pregnant..its helps preventing many other sexual deceases.Also even if somebody is addicted to drugs..help them keep from using the same syringe..it can save them.Even if we think that Aids is not here as it used to be some decades before.It still is.So get informed,inform and help those in need.:) machladianaki@yahoo.gr

Kadri Talvik said...

AIDS kills so much people every year, especially young people, who could do so much with their lives. It's a terrible shame that we don't have a cure to AIDS, and lose so many talented people.



Kadri Talvik
kadritalvik@gmail.com

Style Mentor™ said...

The drugs available today for AIDS keep many alive, much longer than decades ago. My daughter's father has had AIDS for over 10 years, almost died many times, but the cocktails keep him alive. A huge problem with AIDS is in third world nations, because they never have access to these expensive treatments.

There is no such thing as 100% SAFE sex. Some sex can be "safer", but it is not entirely safe when you are that close to someone, so close you become one.

Rawkul
http://www.StyleMentor.US

Raegan Alicia Messinger said...

I support the fight against AIDS because of the hundreds of thousands of innocent babies that are being born with it daily. This disease effects so many, for generations upon generations, and a cure needs to be found.

Love H&M and their cause here!

Raegan
raeganmessinger@gmail.com

lifeisamaze said...

That's great :)

SouthernBelle83 said...

Although I don't know anybody close to me who has/have AIDS, but I support to fight against this horrible disease which has affected and claimed lives of millions of people throughout the world. The greatest gift one can have is the GIFT of LIFE. Everyone deserves to live.

Ella
say_wat83@yahoo.com

crose1221 said...

I still think it's fantastic that AIDS is actually being supported instead of feared/shunned. We should all support a cause battling a disease that has and continues to claim millions.

caitlin@cmbn.co

Giulia said...

This is a great initiative! Why not support it?! HIV is a horrible desease and we never talk enough about it, so I support H&M with all myself! It's a good thing that fashion - that can reach everyone every where - wants to fight against HIV... I hope that other brands will do the same!
giuliacipollina@gmail.com
xoxo
G

yz385 said...

Having come from suburbia, AIDS/HIV was something that you only read about in health education- it has never been my reality. 5 years ago, I moved to NYC. In those short 5 years I have made beautiful relationships with individuals living and SURVIVING with HIV. As part of NYU's initiative to bring HIV/AIDS awareness to its 40,000 student body, we do free HIV testing for ALL students, in the convenience of their dorm. I think this is an amazing initiative for H&M (and you Dylana!)... and I will support ALL THE WAY!

with love,
Y.
yz385@nyu.edu
http://yang-yang.tumblr.com/

Lauren said...

lmsmith793@gmail.com

I will say straight away that I have no personal connection with anyone who has AIDS. But that does not mean that I am not connected emotionally. Why should we let millions of people suffer from this disease when we can help treat them? I support the fight against AIDS because it is the right thing to do. Innocent people should not die from a disease they cannot control. Think of all the young children and babies that contract the disease from birth...no one likes seeing a child so incredibly sick. Let's help fight AIDS!

saracij said...

i support the fight against AIDS because:
-if we knew what aids really is, we could help sick people
-life is the most important thing we have: it's shameful that so many people dies for a curable disease
-fight against injustices is our right but also our duty
-know is the best way to prevent
-love other people is the best way to live

(-i would win this giveaway :D)

saraebasta@msn.com

elia said...

I just want to say that I would like to help people with aids.


auurreelliia@gmail.com

Catrina said...

AIDS is a disease that has taken too many lives. A solution needs be found and knowledge about prevention of AIDS needs to spread. It would be nice to see this epidemic end. I support the fight against AIDS.

cmmancini93@yahoo.com

NOAH LEATON said...

No human deserves to die because of AIDS. No person deserves misery after the dead. Every one has a life worth living without AIDS or any disease. I support the fight against it, everybody should!

Also, saving lives would be a source of joy that no one can ever describe in words :)

noahdalle@gmail.com

Nathalie St-Pierre Roths said...

I support the fight against AIDS because there are too many people affected by it and it is a disease that people have been heavily judged to have, whether they contacted it sexually or by blood transfusion for example. I used to volunteer for an AID organization back when I lived in Canada. I've also volunteered in races against AIDS in USA.

Nathalie S. Roths
nsroths@employees.org

nina oliva said...

Wow, such an amazing giveaway! The kimono is great, and the cause even better!

my email: nina.oliva.blog@gmail.com

Ms.Fashionista said...

AIDS is a disease that has taken are world over by storm in such a short amount of time. It is killing people so often, especially people in poverty stricken countries. I think that more awareness definitely needs to be brought to the fight against AIDS, and fashion is an amazing way to get people to notice how severely it is affecting our world and that we need to do something about it.

alifeinthefashionlaneblogger@gmail.com
www.alifeinthefashionlane.blogspot.com

xo

socialitedreams said...

aids is just something that should have been eradicated by now, it's a horrifying disease and no one deserves it :( shout out to Angel from Rent :)

socialitedreams at gmail.com

bednarz90 said...

Being aware of AIDS and how important the fight is has been something I've been blessed to share with society and my peers through many forms. Growing up I did many theatre pieces showcasing HIV/AIDS and spreading the words about the disease through art and performance! Finding a creative way, such as fashion, to make a cause known and heard is something I can definitely get behind. Go H&M!

Erin Bednarz
erbednarz@gmail.com

Susie said...

AIDS affects everyone in some way. No one should die from AIDS. We must all work together to find a solution. By finding a cure, millions of people will be saved and we will make the world a much better, healthier place.
Sdobbs96@gmail.com

CaseyMarie said...

I love the concept of this campaign and that such a major name is behind it. (Obviously, H&M is not the first, but it remains poignant each time a major label reaches out in such a way.) As for why I support the fight against HIV/AIDS, I believe that each life is precious and deserves to be lived to the fullest. Youth is a targeted area that can create such a dynamic movement with their passion. Education is the first step in raising awareness about prevention and treatment, and taking the fear out of a disease that so many know very little about.

Have fun at Coachella!

whisper...discreetlychic said...

something like hiv/aids is something that we should not be silent about. we should be fighting to fight this disease everyday and save millions of alives. i appreciate campaigns that are for a good cause especially like this one from h&m. this is a great example of what each of us can do and to raise awareness of important issues.

Mjuarez94@gmail.com

thingswhichinspire said...

I am a huge advocate of eradicating this world of life threatening disease. It’s time to take a stand and find a cure. If I can do that by purchasing fashions to raise funds towards this cause then that’s one small step to finding a cure.

thingswhichinspire@gmail.com

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Maddie said...

Who wouldn't support the fight against AIDS/HIV?! It's a terrible disease that no one should have to suffer from. Everyone deserves a shot at life, and it's terrible that there are so many who are hindered by this disease. By spreading more awareness, we can hopefully prevent it from spreading to more people. Plus, raising money can help scientists and doctors come closer to finding a cure.

xo

maddiejay.wainscott@gmail.com

Marina said...

The collection is amazing really all this colors amazing so young and free. I support the fight against AIDS, beacause this is a terrible disease and young people need to be safe. The AIDS is dreaded disease and I dont want people to die from it.. I dont want a lose some of my friend or family!

faiith.m@gmail.com
biskvittka.blogspot.com

Michelle A. G. said...

AIDS is a product of HIV, which I was taught, and I believe, was transferred to human beings from a scientist. He started it and we have to finish it. We can and will find a way to fight AIDS. No one should have to suffer from birth and there are many children born with AIDS. Their chance at a carefree childhood is stolen and I am not alright with that.

Мери said...

It's a lovely giveaway. I support the fight with AIDS , because I think everyone deserves an equal chance at life. i think that there should be finally found a way not that many people to get sick. And this is a disease that a lot of people and families suffer from and they should get help.

xoxo,
Marianna

marianna_kalucheva@abv.bg

Serendipity said...

I love this campain so incredible much ! My mum works with people who has AIDS or HIV. Her work is everything for her. The story's people tell are devestating. But my mom will do everything to make them better or happy again. She's the best - she does everything for these people. Everytime when there's a collection at the H&M, she buys me an item to support. She will do everything to support and help. She's the best. I will do the same as my mum so i also can help these people.

anne_vdburg@hotmail.com

Great initiative ! I love your blog .

x

Sammi said...

I support the fight against AIDS because it is so devastating to those affected and their families. The people who are being torn down by this disease need to be able to build themselves back up again so they can pursue fruitful lives. As long as AIDS continues to destroy families, there won't be many opportunities for happiness (and subsequently development).

Combating AIDS also combats the suppression of developing nations. They have the right to live and be happy just as much as we do here in the USA!

sammijheygirlhey@gmail.com

Michelle Lee said...

I support the fight against AIDS because so many need helps. So we need to help as many ways as possible for those suffering and affected by this disease.

pinklemonincrystal@yahoo.com

Tania said...

I support the fight against AIDS because on the one hand, there's so much people with this disease on the world, inside this people are kids who have born with that and it's so sad. On the other hand, i think "h&m fashion against aids" helps a little bit to don't discriminate people affected by AIDS.

My email is tnia.94@hotmail.com

xx

Lulut Marganingtyas said...

I support the fight against AIDS because I think that everyone wants to live normally, happily, and healthy. No one who wants to be discriminated because of AIDS. Everyone wants to get the same rights that is TREATED WELL.

Lulut Marganingtyas
lulut_marganingtyas@yahoo.com
www.lulutmarganingtyas.tumblr.com

M said...

This is an interesting project. It will more than likely bridge a link and create awareness among people who might not be thinking about AIDS on an every day basis. It gives people a chance to contribute, even if it's just in a small way, to an effort that can often seem hopeless. The fight against AIDS is absolutely important. The fact that so many people on our planet are suffering with HIV/AIDS-people of all shapes, colours and sizes- is indeed a tragedy and working toward a solution is vital. Education and awareness is definitely a step in the right direction.


jacks_54@hotmail.com

Bonne Étoile said...
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Bonne Étoile said...

The reason why I support the fight against AIDS is I know so many people that have lost their friends and family due to this virus, and I think that sometimes the circumstances are very poor and some people just become victims of this without knowing it could happen to them. To me what the most important thing is to raise the awareness of those who live within bad conditions and / or are sexually forced to do things they truly don't want to. I hope these collection can really make a difference!

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vivienhelf@hotmail.com

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