Saturday, 21 July 2012

Matches Chari-Tees x The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund

To mark a year of the 'Best of British' events, from the Queen's Diamond Jubilee to London hosting the forthcoming Olympics, Matches has collaborated with The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund and a host of Brit designers to launch a collection of limited edition T-shirts.

The range of tees are being sold to help contribute towards the funds needed to help people living in poverty and challenging circumstances in our Capital.
Designers taking part include Erdem, Holly Fulton, Richard Nicoll, Roksanda Illincic, Jonathan Saunders, JW Anderson and Mary Katrantzou whose design features a typewriter print, also seen in her AW12 collection at London Fashion Week.

Ruth Chapman, CEO of Matches Fashion, says, "As a London based retailer with a wide range of International clients, we wanted to celebrate London in 2012 and asked some of our most creative and innovative British designers to partner with us on this project, which also gives something back to our city. I'm very proud of this beautiful collection of limited edition t-shirts and that with the proceeds we can support The Dispossessed Fund to fight poverty in London".

The tees are available now exclusively at Matches stores and online for £60.


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