Keri Hilson Joins H&M’s Fashion Against AIDS Campaign

An estimated 33 million people are living with AIDS worldwide, R&B singer Keri Hilson is taking a stand against the epidemic by partnering with H&M on their Fashion Against AIDS Collection. “It’s something I feel very strongly about because AIDS is something that if you have the knowledge, you can prevent it, it’s just choices,” says Keri. Fans can check out a behind-the-scenes video of Keri talking about the collection and why she chose to get involved.

H&M’s Fashion Against AIDS collection is available in the Divided section of H&M stores. 25% of proceeds from the collection will be donated to global youth HIV/AIDS prevention efforts. Keri Hilson joins the likes of Penn Badgley (Gossip Girl), Akon, Ginnifer Goodwin, Selma Blair, and Nikki Reed who have also taken part in the campaign.

Pick up Keri Hilson’s latest album No Boys Allowed, featuring the hits “Pretty Girl Rock” and “One Night Stand (ft. Chris Brown),” in stores and on iTunes now!


Glamazon said…
Keri Hilson is an amazing singer, so glad she did this. AIDS is a serious problem and it's just wonderful she's using her celebrity for good to help resolve the AIDS epidemic.