Ian Somerhalder Partners With The Vanity Project — You Can Wear His T-Shirts! (PHOTO)
Ian Somerhalder rips his clothes off frequently on The Vampire Diaries, but to get one of his T-shirts, you won’t have to physically take it from him. Well, at least not the ones he recently designed for his foundation.
The Vanity Project announced their partnership with the Ian Somerhalder Foundation today, revealing in a press release that they “exclusively designed T-Shirts to support ISF in their feat to positively impact the environment.” The company frequently works with celebrity charities and non-profits and will release styles for men, women, and children with this collaboration. And perhaps soon they’ll add pets — Ian’s foundation does work to help end animal cruelty, after all.
As a refresher, the ISF “aims to empower, educate, and collaborate with people and projects to positively impact the planet and its creatures,” collaborating with organizations and individuals “to raise and distribute funds and resources towards global conservation, green energy development and education; create awareness and mobility by engaging and supporting youth; and, to end animal cruelty.”
In a photo preview, Ian poses in an adorable selfie wearing one of his shirts, which has a giraffe, tree, birds, and other wildlife on a navy blue v-neck. It looks comfortable and stylish — we’d expect nothing less from him!
Ian perfectly exemplifies TVP’s slogan: “Your clothing is a billboard. Use it for good.” We’d buy anything Ian is selling, but especially in this case. It’s great to see such an easy way to support a great cause.