Kate Moss And Co Team Up To Save The Arctic

Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Sienna Miller are among the 60 celebrities who have teamed up to help Save The Arctic for Greenpeace’s new campaign. Posing for photographer, Andy Gotts, the celebs all wear the t-shirt designed by Vivienne Westwood – which you too can buy – to raise money for the charity.

As well as supermodels galore, the campaign also stars some very dashing men including David Gandy, George Clooney and the ever-so-lovely Hugh Grant. Pop sensations Rita Ora, Paloma Faith and Jessie J were also snapped for the good cause.

The portraits have been put on display at Waterloo station and will be there until July 26th if you fancy heading down to check out the entire underground gallery. And if you want to get your hands on this designer tee, then you can shop it right here.

Vivienne Westwood Save The Arctic T-Shirt, £45

Here are some of our favourite portraits. Which one gets your vote?

Sienna Miller and Maisie Williams star in the Save The Arctic campaign. Sienna Miller goes grungy while Maisie Williams looks chic in high-waisted jeans.

Vivienne Westwood and Pamela Anderson star in the Save The Arctic campaign. Designer Vivienne Westwood and her fave model, Pamela Anderson in the Save The Arctic campaign.

Nicole Scherzinger and Georgia May Jagger star in the Save The Arctic campaign. Nicole Scherzinger and Georgia May Jagger go super sexy for the charity.

Hugh Grant and George Clooney in the Save The Arctic Campaign. Hugh Grant and George Clooney are some of the Save The Children eye candy.

Jessie J and Rita Ora star in the Save The Arctic Campaign. Jessie J and Rita Ora represent the sultry songstresses in the gallery.

Vivienne Westwood explained how the whole idea came about.

“It was John Sauven’s brilliant idea to exhibit the images in Waterloo – using the escalators as a new art space in London – hundreds of people will be able to see the images. People all over the world understand that the Arctic melting will affect us all. If we’re to save it, the time to act is now. Last week even the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby added his voice by saying he was particularly concerned about the recent push to drill for oil in the Arctic Ocean. This drilling madness in the Arctic has to stop. There are 7 million people signed up to Save the Arctic, with global public opinion still growing – we need to continue this momentum until it becomes a torrent they can’t afford to ignore.”

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By Amy de Klerk