Nobody, the hip Australian premium denim brand, has teamed up with Café Wa s in Hollywood, CA, to raise funds and awareness for communities around the world without access to clean drinking water.

The brand has designed a signature not-for-profit T-shirt with the slogan “NOBODY WA S THIRSTY” for worldwide distribution.

The tees have already begun wholesaling in men’s and women’s markets and should hit retail shelves by November. Proceeds from each sale will go to charity: water and give clean water to two people in Africa for 20 years.

Charity: water is already responsible for some 474 wells in India, Africa and Bangladesh. The organization’s work extends beyond the installation and rehabilitation of fresh water systems to the formation and training of local water committees.

"Nobody Wa s Thirsty” is supported by Nobody’s forthcoming global gallery of portraits, which will be exhibited in select CSR-minded stores. Subjects include hip-hop star Nas, model Selita Ebanks, actor Alan Cumming, Vanity Fair editor Elizabeth Saltzman Walker, musician KT Tunstall and British media personality Tara Palmer Tompkinson. Photographers involved in the project include legendary rock photographer Mick Rock, Diego Indraccolo (Silver winner of the London Photographic Association Prize) and Australia’s Christian Blanchard. All donated their profits and time to the cause.

The T-shirts will be made available to the public at Café Wa s and Nobody retailers worldwide in November and launched in conjunction with exclusive events in London, New York, Stockholm, Sydney and Melbourne.