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Selma Blair Models for H&M Charity Collection

04/08/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy H&M

Mom-to-be Selma Blair sure is keeping busy.

The actress, who is due this summer, joined other celebs including Penn Badgley, Ginnifer Goodwin, Akon and Nikki Reed to model the latest H&M‘s Fashion Against AIDS collection.

In stores starting April 26, it was created to help raise awareness and funds (25% of the sales are donated) for youth HIV/AIDS projects around the world.

“When I was growing up, I thought we were all going to get AIDS — it was this big scary disease, but then it seems like people forgot about it, but the disease is still there and very much part of our lives,” shared Blair.

But it wasn’t just being part of a good cause that appealed to the expectant star. Each piece in the line was designed to be worn by both men and women, which Blair found especially cool considering she’s well-known for her chic tomboy style.

“I think it’s really fitting that this collection is androgynous,” said the actress. “The disease affects men and women. It’s a universal thing. We are in this together. I’ve always been an androgynous looking girl. I’m happy in my off-time dressing simply.”

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