Forever 21, Inc. has launched a charitable line of T-shirts personally designed by notable celebrities with 100% of the proceeds to benefit Starlight Children's Foundation – helping seriously ill children and their families cope with their pain, fear and isolation through entertainment, education and family activities.

The celebrity designers – Starlight Spokesperson Corbin Bleu, Paris, Nicky and Kathy Hilton, Colbie Caillat, Demi Lovato, and Audrina Patridge – were given art materials, which included paints, markers, and sketch pads, to create a unique painting on canvas using the themes of “star” and “light.” Forever 21 designers incorporated each celebrity’s design onto a cotton T-shirt or tank top.

“I am excited to be designing a t-shirt on behalf of Starlight and Forever 21,” said Corbin. “As a Starlight ambassador I have been inspired by the children and families I have had the privilege of meeting along the way, and by the strength they’ve shown in the hardest of times. I encourage everyone to get involved with Starlight and help lift the spirits of these brave children.”

To see pictures, quotes and to learn more about Corbin Bleu, Paris, Nicky and Kathy Hilton, Colbie Caillat, Demi Lovato, and Audrina Patridge’s involvement, click here.

“This campaign is something very special for us,” said Forever 21’s Senior Marketing Manager Linda Chang. “We are so thrilled to use fashion towards a good cause, helping hundreds, if not thousands of Starlight’s seriously ill children and their families.”

The special line of T-shirts will be available for purchase in select Forever 21 stores and online at Forever21.com. The T-shirts will retail for $12.80. Additionally, each celebrity’s original artwork will be up for auction at Starlight’s eBay store, starting Dec. 21.

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