Celebrity stylist June Ambrose, our guest blogger. Photo by Keith Major, Courtesy of (RED)

Today ONE COLOR UNITES US! That's the theme at (RED) this World AIDS DAY.

And it's that same color that will make you look good while you do good. When you purchase products designed especially for (RED), money is generated for the Global Fund that supports people living with HIV in Africa -- so far sales have raised $140 million to the cause.

That money has helped more than 80,000 HIV positive pregnant mothers get treatment to help make sure their babies are born healthy. As a mother, the most important thing is to provide the best possible life for my children, which I live to live for. Knowing that mothers all over the world share this ultimate priority makes the (RED) commitment especially inspiring

The commitment to (RED) is also easy: (RED)'s partners are some of the hautest brands around, from Apple to Bugaboo! Yes, you can go shopping and feel good about it.

Today, (RED) Pop Up shops open around the world. I will be visiting the shop in New York -- follow my trip on Twitter, @JuneAmbrose.

But here is a sneak peek at what I am most excited about...so go ahead, have a haute heart!

  • Those who know me know I defend few flats -- I'm usually all about high heels. However, I've found a passion for these Converse designed for (RED). I'll mix a silk blouse, cashmere cardigan, trousers and my Converse. I don't mind pumping with a purpose while feeling effortlessly chic. (Starts at $45.)
  • Jay-Z bought my first Bugaboo stroller. As a rock mom, I've trusted Bugaboo for travel ling the metropolitan sidewalk. It's the most secure, bump-less ride my baby could have.(Prices for the Chameleon for (RED) start at $979.)
  • These Armani frames for (RED) are fashion punctuation. Frames are make-up for the eyes. It can be your best or worst accessory so choose wisely. Your frames should enhance and not distort your features.(Starts at $170.)

Photos: Courtesy of (RED)

About June Ambrose: June Ambrose runs Mode Squad, Inc. and styles celebrities and tastemakers from around the world. She began her professional career as an investment banker, but later landed an internship at Uptown MCA Records, where she learned what a stylist was -- and what her true calling was. Her big break came working for video director Hype Williams, for whom she styled Missy Elliot's futuristic look for "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)." She went on to work for Mariah Carey, Macy Gray and Busta Rhymes just to name a few. Her book "Effortless Style" was published in 2006.