Poppy Delevingne has teamed up with Save the Children to create a festive range.
The 31-year-old model and actress and a string of fellow style icons including, David Gandy, Erin O'Connor, and Adwoa Aboah, have joined forces with Molly Gunn - the founder of clothing brand Selfish Mother - to create slogan jumpers ahead of the organisation's Children's Christmas Jumper Day, which takes place on December 15.
And the 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' star is "excited" to be supporting the cause after she saw "first hand" the impact the charity and the funding has on people.
Poppy said: "I'm excited to be joining this fantastic line up and hope my 'ALL THAT GLITTERS' sweatshirt adds some sparkle this Christmas Jumper Day. My visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo allowed me to see first-hand how Save the Children is working tirelessly to empower girls and stop child marriage. Together, through this campaign we can raise lots of money to support and empower every last child around the world."
Adwoa Aboah has also backed the campaign after seeing how the "aid really does work".
She explained: "My recent trip to Uganda really opened my eyes to the incredible work that Save the Children is doing. To see the smiles on the children's faces, despite all the struggles they face, was incredible. I've seen how the money is spent from fundraising campaigns like Christmas Jumper Day and I can vouch for the fact that aid really does work. So if you've got a heart of GOLD, make sure you buy my Selfish Mother jumper this Christmas. Half the cost is donated to the vital work of Save the Children - a charity I urge you all to support."
And fellow catwalk icon Erin has also urged the public to support after she has backed the charity for years.
She said: "If you want to be an 'ELFISH MOTHER' like me - get yourself one of my Selfish Mother sweatshirts for Save the Children. I've been supporting Save the Children for years and am a big fan of Selfish Mother - so of course had to join the collaboration again this year. By buying a sweatshirt and taking part in Christmas Jumper Day you'll help to make a big difference to the children who need it most."
Nicholas Hoult is honoured to be a part of the campaign, which he hopes will bring a "real change to children's lives".
The 'Mad Max' actor said: "It's been really great to get involved with this campaign and quite an experience jumping in my very own Selfish Mother Christmas sweatshirt for Save the Children. I hope that lots of you will join me in wearing my 'PEACE' sweatshirt on 15th December. Christmas Jumper Day is the perfect way to support a wonderful charity that is bringing real change to children's lives."
A variety of garments are available to purchase, including unisex crew neck jumpers and scoop neck sweaters, which will retail for £50 on Selfish Mother's online store named The FMLY Store, and 50 per cent of proceeds will be donated to Save the Children.