Music, Fashion And Making A Difference

Jar Live will collaborate with Designer Against Aids/Fashion Against Aids to raise the profile of this deadly virus, which in recent years seems to have been forgotten about, especially amongst the world’s teenagers. A series of shows mixing both music and fashion will be staged across the UK beginning in London on the 19th September at the O2 Academy2 Islington featuring LA’s Fashion “IT Band” Early Morning Rebel, Shoreditch House and Nobu. For further details join us on facebook and have the possibility to win 2 complimentary tickets and backstage passes to one of the events.

To support FAA then you can buy Artist endorsed t-shirts from HMV.


Non-profit organization ‘Beauty Without Irony’ has launched the international project ‘Designers Against AIDS’ (DAA) in 2004 in order to raise AIDS awareness in the international media and towards the general public, more specifically towards young people in the industrialised countries using elements from pop culture (music, fashion, design, arts, sports, film, celebrities, etc).

AIDS awareness project Designers Against AIDS -born in Belgium, but active all over the world- wants to reach young people by using their favorite celebrities from the worlds of music, fashion, sports and art to raise their interest and curiosity, making them visit the website, click on the links to local AIDS organisations and learn more about the disease. The main objective of Designers against AIDS is to raise awareness and to get the subject of HIV/AIDS back into the media all over the world, as lately it has become a forgotten disease, especially in the western world. Our messages are: ‘Prevention is the only cure for HIV/AIDS‘ (protect yourself and your partner) and ‘Know your status’ (get tested). Furthermore we fight for the acceptance of and equal rights for seropositive people.

Continuing with new international collections presented ever since, DAA has reached a vast amount of press in lifestyle TV programs, regular newspapers, glossy magazines and different spaces in media mainly focused to a young audience. Media who have reported about DAA include i-D, Vogue, Interview, Elle, International Herald Tribune, Zoo Magazine, De Morgen, Weekend-Knack, De Tijd, El Pais, El Mundo, Citizen K, Marie-Claire, Vanity Fair, Madame Figaro, Libération, New York Post, Le Monde, Cosmopolitan, MTV, TMF, JIM TV, Studio Brussels, Interview, Canal +, Fashion TV., Vogue TV France…