Henry Holland and Matthew Williamson among designers to create T-shirts for Children in Need

We said it before and we’ll say it again, we love it when fashion and charity joining forces!

Twelve of our fave designers, the likes of which include Henry Holland, Matthew Williamson, Julien Macdonald, Ted Baker and Roksanda Ilincic among others, have been snapped up by Debenhams to design their own kids’ T-shirt  for charity.

The tees are inspired by kids, for kids, and will launch in Debenhams next month, costing from just £7 with all the proceeds naturally going  to Children in Need.

And it looks like Yayoi Kusama and Louis Vuitton aren’t the only ones going dotty, as each of the tees will feature spots to coincide with the charity’s new  “show your spots, let’s raise lots” campaign. Spots have never been more fashionable!

Click here to check out some of the spotty designs.

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