The UK’s most influential designers have teamed up with War Child UK to promote their latest campaign #wearitforwarchild.
2018 marks 25 years since the establishment of the War Child UK, a charity that goes above and beyond to protect, educate, and stand up for the rights of children growing up in war torn countries.
To celebrate 25 years of providing aid to children world-wide and to help raise awareness (and extremely important donations) for the campaign, London based fashion designers Bella Freud and Pam Hogg, as well as Stella McCartney, founder of the House of Holland label Henry Holland, renowned womenswear designer Giles Deacon, Qasimi, and Vivienne Westwood collaborated with the charity to create a collection of limited edition t-shirts.
The designers got creative with unique t-shirt prints and slogans to capture the essence of the charity in a fun and fashionable way.
Legendary model Kate Moss and English actress Vanessa Kirby are leading the campaign, and can both be seen wearing Bella Freud’s ‘Peace And Love’ t-shirt design.
You can never have enough tees, and not only are the cute designs reason enough to nab yourself one, but they are also a great way to support an amazing cause with all proceeds from sales going straight to War Child UK to support their work with children living with the cruelty of war.
Head over to https://warchild.teemill.com/ to see the full collection of t-shirts and tote bags, or keep up to date with the charity’s latest work on twitter by following @WarChildUK.
Imagery by Elle UK and War Child UK