Steven Khalil has created a garment aimed at addressing a horror affecting 45.8 million people.
Project Futures, an Australian non-profit agency aimed at tackling human trafficking and slavery issues, has collaborated with the designer on its first charity t-shirt.
With over 45.8 million people enslaved globally, the proceeds will go towards helping end modern slavery and cover services such as medical treatment.
Casual lifestyle brand Citizen Wolf has also teamed up to create the organic charity t-shirts.
Australian media personality Zoe Marshall is one of the celebrity ambassadors giving her full support for the project.
Project Futures will host a high tea fundraising event on November 12, aimed at supporting victims of forced and early marriage in Australia.
The event will be held at Doltone House in Sydney and tickets are retailing at $95.00 per person and $720.00 for a table of eight.
The exclusive Steven Khalil charity tee is available for pre-order from the Project Futures website.
Each shirt will retail for $99 and will be ready for delivery from November 13.