Mary Katrantzou and Jonathan Saunders among designers to create T-shirt to help Londoners in Poverty

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This is our second designer T-shirt for charity story this week, and we couldn’t be happier about it!

Jonathan Saunders, Roksanda Ilincic, Mary Katrantzou, JW Anderson, Holly Fulton, Erdem, Herself and Richard Nicoll, who are all London Fashion Week regulars, have teamed up with the Evening Standard and its ‘Dispossessed Fund’ to each design a T-shirt to help Londoners currently living in poverty.

With the Olympics coming up, it’s sometimes easy to miss the bigger picture, and this collaboration is a great way to raise awareness.

“It is incredibly important for me as a Londoner to be a part of a cause that assists those in need, through funding that helps aid in education, health and unemployment for those less fortunate,” said Jonathan Saunders.”

The tees cost £60 each and will be available from Matches from Thursday July 19th.

Which T-shirt is your fave?

[Telegraph] 

 

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