Last Updated on 20th November 2013
We all love a good Christmas jumper. We never understood why Bridget Jones and Mark Darcy were so against wearing them.
To coincide with our favourite holiday of the year, a host of our favourite designers have joined forces to create Christmas jumpers to raise money and awareness for Save the children.
14 British brands, the likes of which include Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Mary Katrantzou, Paul Smith, House of Holland, Anya Hindmarch and Vivienne Westwood to name but a few, have designed jumpers which will be auctioned off on Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper day on December 13th.
The cool thing about this auction – which opens for bidding on Thursday November 28th – is that it works in reverse, which means that the lowest unique bid wins, as opposed to the highest. Pretty neat, right?
So, if you want to own a Christmas jumper created by your favourite designer while helping a fantastic charity at the same time, all you have to do is text the name of the designer whose jumper you want to get your hands on and your minimum unique bid to 78484. Texts cost £1.50, the proceeds of which will of course be going to Save the Children.