Friday 13 March is Red Nose Day 2015, the highlight of Comic Relief's biennial fundraising campaign.
As ever, it's set to be a star-studded event - and some of fashion's most celebrated designers have been doing their bit for charity, too.
This year, Comic Relief's official t-shirts have been created by a host of style heavyweights - including Karl Lagerfeld, Diane Von Furstenberg and Matthew Williamson.
These children's t-shirts - which feature quotes from famous humourists - are the work of British designers Henry Holland and Anya Hindmarch.
Profits from the sale of each t-shirt go to Comic Relief, which is raising money for causes in Africa and the UK. Since 2013's Red Nose Day, the charity has helped over 12 million people in need
What do you think? Will you be donning a red nose this Friday?