MINI & DSQUARED Partner to Launch Scarves in Benefit of the HIV Infected

MINI, the British car maker and Canadian design duo DSQUARED2 have come together to create some of the most wonderful neck scarves in order to fight against the HIV virus. The scarf would come with the inscription of MINI, Red Mudder car. Dean and Dan Caten have created what could be one of the most socially relevant projects ever as millions continue to get infected almost all the time.

Thus, it is very important for us to understand that it is quite a profound situation in which you have to reveal the design of maple leaves on the doors of the car and also the sign of DSQUARED2 logo. The logo sits on the windshield and he scarf when tied around the neck has a pop art kind of look which looks pretty neat, if you asked me. The scarves cost $69 each and the proceeds would go to AIDS LIFE, a non-profit organization, It works for people who have AIDS and it is not about just looking good but also about caring for the world.

I find this pseudo-caring and pseudo-magnanimity quite annoying, but the money does go to the NGO that is spoken about and NGOs in the western nations aren’t the types that swindle, like in countries in the east. Maybe, you should go ahead and get a scarf to make sure the money reaches who needs it. You could also take a look at the limited edition stuff that brands have been creating since the time of charity began and also the scarves.

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