Fashion Designer Rachel Roy has designed two custom t-shirts to raise money for anti-bullying organisations. The charity tees, modelled by Chrissy Teigen and Charlotte Free have been made in honour of the film Bully, and will be auctioned off via Charity Folks.
Bidding for the two designs start at $100 and the proceeds from the auction will go to Facing History and Ourselves, which provides bullying prevention training for educators and administrators.
"As a designer, I have the luxury of being able to create a product that lets people express themselves," said Roy. "These tees do exactly that. They get the message out loud and clear that bullying is a critical issue that needs as much attention as possible. I'm proud to join the fight for this meaningful cause."
Other celebrities to get on board with anti-bullying initiatives to help the film get its message across include Justin Bieber, Ellen DeGeneres, Victoria Justice, Giuliana Rancic, Anderson Cooper and Kelly Ripa.