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Celebs Design Their Own T-shirts!

Are you tired of throwing on the same old T-shirts everyday? Are you looking to make a statement without having to throw on a feathered boa or a Hawaiian shirt? Then, you better get yourself down to the nearest American Eagle Outfitters.

What's Hiding Up Their Sleeve?

American Eagle (AE) has the coolest Ts on sale right now, designed by a ton of your fave actors. What could be cooler than wearing a shirt that Kirtsten Dunst, Johnny Knoxville or Elisha Cuthbert, of 24, had a hand in designing? Ten percent of the money made from the Ts will go to a charity called Jumpstart, which pairs pre-school kids with college kids in an attempt to improve literacy in America.

Who's Got The Knack?

Some of the celebs have come up with some T-shirts that you'll be excited to wear, like Mila Kunis' wacky design or Jamie Kennedy's "You've been X-ed" T. Get it? You've been X-ed - like in, the Jamie Kennedy Experiment! Other shirts fall a little short on the coolness scale but we'll let you decide whose T finds their way into your wardrobe.

Where To Find 'Em

The AE celebrity T-shirts are available in three major American cities - Santa Monica, New York City and San Francisco. If you can't find your way over to one of these locations, the T-shirts are also being sold online at www.ae.com.

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