MATCHES LAUNCH THEIR SUMMER 2012 DESIGNER CHARITY T-SHIRT PROJECT TO CELEBRATE BRITISH DESIGN WORLDWIDE, IN THIS VERY SPECIAL YEAR FOR THE NATION
To celebrate all that is British this year – The London Games, The Queen’s Jubilee and British Design – and to support The Dispossessed Fund – the London Evening Standard’s charity that fights poverty in London – Matches are launching a collection of limited edition T-shirts, created by London’s most notable British designers.
For your chance to grab a limited edition designer item, Erdem, Holly Fulton, the designer and illustrator behind cult magazine ‘Herself’, Richard Nicoll, Roksanda Ilincic, Jonathan Saunders, JW Anderson and Mary Katrantzou, have all designed unique t-shirt prints for the project with the latter three offering menswear versions too.
The Line Up Of The Matches Charity T-Shirt Range
This t-shirts are exclusively sold at Matches stores and online at www.Matchesfashion.com from mid-July, with proceeds from sales being donated to The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund. The fund, which was launched two years ago to tackle poverty in London, has raised £8.4 million to date and has distributed £3 million so far, to charitable and community-led projects across every borough in London via The Community Foundation Network.