Hollywood actress Julia Roberts and singer Bono have joined forces to raise money for charity.
They are teaming up to fight the AIDS epidemic in Africa by designing a t-shirt.
The Armani designed shirt will be sold under the pair's Red Label Project.
The team partnered up for the design, featuring the words "revolution.evolution.devotion" over the treetop of a symbolic drawing by the actress - an acronym for Red, which aims to raise money for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
Money raised from events and product sales tied to the label have raised more than 110 million dollars since it began in 2006, according to a statement from Armani.
Roberts' T-shirt design - featuring her signature inside - is scheduled to go on sale later this month.