The force is strong here! With the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story right around the corner (Friday, December 16, to be exact), everyone's getting into the intergalactic spirit — including celebs. Olivia Munn, Brittany Snow, Rogue One leading lady Felicity Jones and more stars teamed up with Force 4 Fashion to design Rogue-inspired tees.
But the tops aren't just stylish. Just like good Jedi, these 10 beauties, each with its own inspiring message that aligns with the themes of the film, give back to the universe. Five dollars from every shirt sold will be donated to the United States Fund for UNICEF in support of the UNICEF Kid Power initiative. Through the initiative, kids complete physical challenges and earn points, and in return, those points help provide packets of therapeutic foods to malnourished children around the world.
"My mother taught me and my sisters to always fight back — I think that's why I relate to the theme of rebellion," Munn, 36, tells Stylish of her gray-and-white tee. "Rebellion is basically being told you can't, or shouldn't, do something, and doing it anyway despite the adversity. It's a choice that women, and especially young women, have to make everyday — to overcome when there are people who are constantly trying to dissuade you."
Likewise, Snow, 30, wanted the youngest fans of the series to feel empowered. "I think this is an incredible program supporting children and making sure they believe we all stand behind them for change," the Pitch Perfect actress, whose navy tee simply says "Rebel" in block lettering, tells Stylish. "Any positive action we can do to support each other, especially in our future, is something I want to support."
As for Camilla Belle, the cause is one close to her heart. "I have been a longtime supporter of UNICEF, so when I was approached about this campaign that incorporated Disney's messages of strength and empowerment thorough Star Wars, I couldn't say no," she tells Stylish. The Diablo actress, 30, who created a slate tee with the Rogue logo in red and the words "A Force For Change" in Star Wars' iconic scrolling script, adds, "The campaign is about encouraging others to be forces for change in their communities and day-to-day life, and it brings awareness to the crucial work of UNICEF while they help children worldwide."
Riz Ahmed, June Ambrose, Steve Aoki, Gareth Edwards, Diego Luna and Kelly Slater have also designed tees for the charitable effort. Shop the full collection at Target starting Sunday, November 27. Plus, share your story on how you're becoming a #ForceforChange via social media on Giving Tuesday, November 29.
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