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1D back anti-bullying campaign

One Direction have launched a range of nail polish and stationery to help fund an anti-bullying campaign in the US.

Harry Styles and co have teamed up with American chain Office Depot to launch the line, which includes notebooks, pens and nail polish, and have starred in a public service announcement (PSA) to promote the products.

The range - 1D+OD Live Love Move Together Against Bullying - will be available from next month. A percentage of sales will be donated to the Office Depot Foundation in support of anti-bullying programmes.

Niall Horan told JustJared.com: "We're really excited to partner with Office Depot and help spread the anti-bullying message with our fans and students in schools across America.

"And you know we're not long out of school ourselves so we can relate.

"It's a problem that's fresh in our minds and we're eager to raise awareness on this subject. We hope the PSA will help raise awareness, especially since it will be played at our concerts across America."

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