Milla Jovovich 2010 Tommy Hilfiger for Breast Health International campaign red handbag

Milla poses with a limited-edition Tommy Hilfiger bag. Photo courtesy of Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger has bagged two of the most beautiful women in the world for a charitable campaign.

Supermodel Helena Christensen photographed Milla Jovovich for the 2010 Tommy Hilfiger for Breast Health International campaign, which features a stylish red limited-edition handbag designed by Hilfiger.

The handbag -- Hilfiger's fourth for the charity -- goes on sale in Europe today, with 50% of the proceeds benefiting the Fund For Living campaign, which supports those dealing with breast cancer, according to a company statement.

"I am excited to work with Milla Jovovich and Helena Christensen in our continued support of the Breast Health International," Hilfiger says in a press release.

"With the limited-edition bag series we've been able to contribute to building breast cancer awareness, and offer our customers an opportunity to make their contribution as well."

"To be a part of such an inspirational initiative is an incredible honor, and I hope that through our partnership we can help make a difference in the thousands of lives touched by the horrible disease," adds Jovovich.

It's not the first time Christensen has joined the cause; she modeled in the 2009 campaign, while French First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy starred in the 2008 campaign.

Available for 279 euros (about $378), the bag will be sold in Tommy Hilfiger flagships and select retailers in Europe.

Carry on!

Milla Jovovich 2010 Tommy Hilfiger for Breast Health International campaign red handbag

Jovovich gets sultry in a shirtdress for the campaign. Photo courtesy of Tommy Hilfiger


Meanwhile, Kylie Minogue, Sienna Miller and Claudia Schiffer have dropped trou to raise breast cancer awareness.