Stella McCartney has returned to Comic Relief to design a set of t-shirts for Red Nose Day.
The award-winning Brit fashion designer has lent her services to raise money for the charity.
Stella, who was recently awarded an OBE for her services to fashion, has made over a number of celebrities in her new Red Nose Day t-shirts for TK Maxx.
The Beatles, Kate Moss, Marilyn Monroe and Tommy Cooper have all had a red nose added in the charity t-shirts which have been designed to raise money for Comic Relief.
It’s not the first time the 41-year-old Brit fashion designer has lent her services to the charity after she designed a collection for Red Nose Day back in 2009.
Paul McCartney’s daughter – who created the Team GB Olympic uniforms – designed a range for Comic Relief that was modeled by celebrities including Claudia Schiffer and Keira Knightley.
This time, celebrities including Fearne Cotton and Claudia Winkleman have modeled Stella’s t-shirts for Comic Relief.
Pregnant Fearne, 31, teams her Beatles t-shirt with black skinny jeans and an obligatory red nose.
Strictly Come Dancing presenter Claudia Winkleman dons a black boyfriend blazer with her charity tee – and three red noses.
"I admire the Red Nose Day team and their achievement for this incredibly worthwhile cause, and to be able to be a small part of supporting that is extremely rewarding,” said Stella.
Will you be shopping Stella’s Red Nose Day t-shirts? Let us know over on Twitter now.To help raise money for Red Nose Day, download the ’50 ways’ app free from Google Play and upload a picture showing us how you style your Red Nose Day t-shirt. TK Maxx will donate £1 to Comic Relief for each picture uploaded, *up to a maximum of £10,000. See app for details. #RNDTEE @TKMaxx_UK.