Daisy Lowe has posed for renowned British fashion photographer Rankin in a new photoshoot for Red Nose Day. The 28-year-old has pledged her support for this year's campaign, by wearing a playful T-shirt designed by Rankin himself.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Alesha Dixon, Heidi Klum, Maisie Williams and Jack Whitehall are among the other stars who have donned the vibrant T-shirts for charity. The range is exclusive to this year's Red Nose Day and has been created in collaboration with TK Maxx.
Daisy Lowe has fronted the Red Nose Day campaign
The high-street store will be selling nine different quirky animal designs created by Rankin for both adults and children. The designs, which were inspired by Rankin's love for animals, feature Rankin's own dog Doris and other loveable and furry friends, from Albert the dog, as seen on Daisy, to Eleanor the cute kitten.
"I designed this range especially for Comic Relief with my love for animals in mind," said Rankin. "I wanted to be able to put a fun and creative spin on classic images for this specific campaign to put a smile on people's faces for Red Nose Day and encourage everyone to make their laugh matter."
Sophie Ellis-Bextor wears a T-shirt designed by Rankin
The T-shirts will be sold starting at £9.99 for adults, with at least £5 from the sale going to Comic Relief. The exclusive range is currently available online (txmaxx.com and rednoseday.com) and will be sold in-store from 13 February.
Red Nose Day will take place on Friday 24 March. The annual charity day will see Ed Sheeran kick off the telethon night. The Thinking Out Loud singer recently travelled to Liberia where he met street children, some of whom had lost their parents to Ebola.
During his trip, Ed visited the Street Child Liberia project which uses Comic Relief cash to help give vulnerable children a better future, reuniting them with their relatives and helping them get back into school. "I'll never forget the kids I met on this trip, when we sang together they were in such high spirits despite everything they'd been through," said Ed. "It was an incredibly eye opening experience and I'm really proud to support Comic Relief and see what they are doing to help these children have a better future."