Hollywood stars Jennifer Garner, Penelope Cruz and Don Cheadle are donning garments from clothing giants GAP to raise awareness for African woman and children affected by HIV/AIDS. The kind-hearted movie stars are among the celebrities who will parade the clothes in a series of advertising campaigns for charity organisation RED - an initiative co-founded by U2's Bono. The clothes involved include limited edition GAP jeans, accessories, hooded jumpers and T-shirts, with half of the proceedings going to RED, which donates funds to African woman and children affected by the widespread disease. Oscar-nominated actor Cheadle says, "People can wear the clothes and know that they are actually doing something for the world. It's a great way to merge fashion and activism."