Breaking news: Jean Paul Gaultier and Eastpak have another surprise for you, they are set to join forces once again and will support Designers against AIDS with a new collection of backpacks! 
Today we are a little bit sad at the headquarters of Designers Against AIDS, because our colleague Rafa has returned to Spain. 
Rihanna walked the red carpet in Los Angeles to present the documentaryIt’s Not Over by Andrew Jenks, a new film focused on how the AIDS epidemic is affecting young people around the world. 
“You do your bit with all of your heart and I do my best with all of my heart. 
Paws Up Barcelona!

What a joyful weekend I had in Barcelona. 
This Is A Special Support Message For ‘Dress Up Against AIDS’

Adriana Bertini, an ARTvist from Brazil who has given her heart and soul into a project that she came up with to fight against AIDS and a Friend of DAA, is calling out to us. 
Good news for supporters of DAA:if you didn't manage to order your copy of our book 'Designers against AIDS: 
This girl is a story to write about – and not good for my emotional state. 
Do you still have a 'Rock Hard F*ck Safe T-shirt? If so, please read on and take part in our new photo contest that ends on January 15! 
Who would you think about if I say grace, glamour, signature pin-up style, ethereal beauty, sexy lingerie and corsets, vintage cars, lots of diamonds and feathers, satin and silk…? (Oh god, all of this sounds so good already doesn’t it, ladies?! 
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Friends of DAA

Everybody that you see on these pages has contributed to 'Designers against AIDS'  in one way or another and by doing so, helped us to get the safe sex message out to young people all over the world.


Thank you from the bottom of our heart!


We'd also like to thank the following people who are a part of DAA's Circle of Friends, a group of motivated men and women who help to promote DAA in ever possible way:


Dr. Peter Piot - Director Institute of Global Health Imperial College, London, UK and
former Chairman of the King Baudoin Foundation, Brussels, Belgium, former director of UNAIDS and vice president of the UN

Charles Michel - Minister for Development Cooperation, Federal Government Belgium
Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil (gay rights/AIDS activist, Mumbai, India)


Iké Udé - artist/photographer/publisher, New York City, USA

Karim Rashid - designer, New York City, USA

Jordan Betten - artist/fashion designer Lost Art, New York City, USA

Brooke Hodge - director of exhibitions Hammer Musem, Los Angeles, USA

Etienne Russo
- director Villa Eugenie, Brussels, Belgium

Adeline André
- fashion designer, Paris, France

Marc Atlan
- photographer/art director, Los Angeles, USA

Tamsin Smith
- founder & president SlipStreamStrategy, former director Product (RED), San
Francisco, USA


Rosemary Rodriguez - creative director Thierry Mugler, Paris, France

Jean-Paul Knott - fashion designer, Brussels, Belgium


Betony Vernon - jewellery designer, Paris, France

Kelly Cutrone - Director People’s Revolution, New York/Los Angeles, USA


Inga Verhaert - Executive member of the Provincial Government of Antwerp, Belgium

Duncan Stevens - jewellery designer Johannesburg and London

Alda Balestra Stauffenberg - art-fashion-design production/communication, Berlin, Germany


Myra Fiori - Director of Communications, illy caffe north america, NYC, USA

James Chau - TV presenter and UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador, Bejing, China

Noé Duchaufour Lawrance
- Designer, Paris, France

Ziggy Marley - musician, Los Angeles, USA


Bernhard Schwartländer - World Health Organization Director China, Beijing, China.


Bart Abeel - Chairman Antwerp Pride and World Outgames 2013

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