Doing good with denim! Sam Faiers and Amanda Holden join a host of celebrities to model charity T-shirts ahead of Jeans for Genes day

  • Stars rally together and pose in shoot for a good cause
  • Wear denim and limited edition fashion T-shirt ahead of charity day
  • Emma Bunton, Watson sisters and Coleen Rooney also lend support 

We're more accustomed to seeing them in glamorous attire for a night out in Essex or on the Britain's Got Talent panel.

But Sam Faiers and Amanda Holden have pulled on their jeans and a casual charity T-shirt to raise money for a good cause.

The stylish duo join a host of famous faces to raise awareness for Jeans for Genes day. 

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Sam Faiers leads the glamour as she models a charity T-shirt ahead of Jeans for Genes day

Sam Faiers leads the glamour as she models a charity T-shirt ahead of Jeans for Genes day

Sam and Amanda are just two of a whole host of celebrities who have donned their favourite denim and modelled the new Jeans for Genes limited edition fashion T-shirt, as they get behind this year’s charity day, which will be held on September 18, 2015, in a bid to raise money and generate awareness.

Stars including Emma Bunton, Billie Faiers, Angela Scanlon, Coleen Rooney, Made In Chelsea’s Louise Thompson and Scottish starlet Tallia Storm have all showed their support to highlight the importance of raising money to help children affected by some of the most serious and life-threatening genetic disorders.

Britain's Got Talent judge, Amanda Holden, looks cool and casual as she models a charity T-shirt for the good cause alongside a host of other famous faces

Britain's Got Talent judge, Amanda Holden, looks cool and casual as she models a charity T-shirt for the good cause alongside a host of other famous faces

The likes of Louise Thompson from Made In Chelsea got involved
X Factor's Ollie Murs is inviting the public to wear jeans and the new T-shirt to ensure that children with genetic disorders continue to receive vital care

The likes of Louise Thompson from Made In Chelsea and X Factor's Olly Murs are inviting the public to wear jeans and the new T-shirt to ensure that children with genetic disorders continue to receive vital care

Other famous faces in the campaign include Kimberley Garner
Coleen Rooney lends her support to the campaign

Other famous faces in the campaign include Kimberley Garner, left, and Coleen Rooney, right

Katie Price is also a star of the new charity campaign which highlights genetic diseases

Katie Price is also a star of the new charity campaign which highlights genetic diseases

Another black version of the limited edition fashion T-shirt, which is adorned with a hand-drawn design by 20-year-old Edinburgh College of Art Illustration student Elle McKee, is hailed 'simple yet wearable'.

It is estimated that 1 in 25 children is affected by a genetic disorder and 30,000 babies and children are newly diagnosed in the UK each year, so it is vital that big names like Kate Moss get on board to raise awareness. 

Kate Moss and co are inviting the public to wear jeans and the new T-shirt to ensure that children with genetic disorders continue to receive vital care and support.

Available now and priced at £9, the charity say that their Jeans for Genes Day limited edition T-shirt allows you to recreate the look of some of your favourite celebrities whilst doing your bit for charity.

Made In Chelsea sisters Lucy (pictured) and Tiffany Watson have also got involved with the good cause and dressed their denims down with pumps
Tiffany Watson, sister of Made In Chelsea star Lucy, teams her T-shirt with ripped faded denims

Made In Chelsea sisters Lucy and Tiffany Watson have also got involved with the good cause and dressed their denims down with pumps

Billie Faiers has also gotten behind this year's charity day, which will be held on September 18th 2015 in a bid to raise money and generate awareness

Billie Faiers has also gotten behind this year's charity day, which will be held on September 18th 2015 in a bid to raise money and generate awareness

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