Miley Cyrus became the latest celebrity to bare all on the front of Marc Jacobs’ charity campaign T-shirts. Cyrus is featured on the T-shirt standing completely nude and only covered by her hands.
The charity Cyrus, 20, posed nude for aims to raise awareness about skin cancer and remind people to “protect the skin you’re in” – the phrase that matches the words that appear across Cyrus’ image on the T-shirts.
Proceeds from $35 T-shirts will go to New York University's Skin Cancer Institute and NYU's Langone Medical Center.
Cyrus announced her excitement about the new apparel on Twitter.
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""Who's gettin my #protecttheskinyourein Tee from @MarcJacobsIntl," the star tweeted as she shared a photo of the shirt. "Check out my @MarcJacobsIntl #ProtectTheSkinYoureIn tee.We gonna save alot of lives.”
Jacobs also tweeted about the shirt, thanking Miley for her contribution to the campaign.
The T-shirts are available at nine Marc Jacobs boutiques including stores in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Boston and Savannah, Ga. European Marc Jacobs' stores will begin selling the shirts next month, reports MSN News.
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Jacobs runs the charity project alongside Robert Duffy, who spoke with Women's Wear Daily about the campaign, calling Cyrus a "friend of mine for a while" who is "a lot of fun to be with.”
Jacobs echoed Duffy’s positive sentiments about Cyrus.
"She is talented in many mediums from music to film," he said. "She really has a very good, solid head on her shoulders. I adore her."
Cyrus is certainly not the first to appear nude for the "Protect The Skin You're In" campaign. Other stars that have posed naked for other shirts include Naomi Campbell, Victoria Beckham, Dita Von Tesse and Rufus Wainwright.
Sources: MSN News, E!Online
Photo credit: Twitter