Wear Your Support For Children In Need Thanks To Giles Deacon


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The BBC Children in Need Appeal will return on Friday 18 November and this year, we have found the perfect way for you to get involved and show your support.

Designer Giles Deacon has produced a geometric print t-shirt especially for the cause available to purchase from the website now.

The t-shirt is available to purchase in both white and grey

Model Edie Campbell coveted the t-shirt in the latest campaign as she said, “Giles Deacon never ceases to surprise with his designs and this year’s BBC Children in Need T-shirt is no different. I hope everyone will get their tee now and help raise money for disadvantaged children and young people.”

The t-shirt is available on the website now

Fellow model Amber Le Bon also described her t-shirt as the newest addition to your wardrobe, ‘whether you dress it up or down’. What better excuse do you need?

The charity currently supports 2,400 projects across the UK, enabling children facing disadvantages including poverty and deprivation to lead a safe and happy childhood. And Children in Need have announced that 70 percent of the sales made from the t-shirt will be contributed to the cause.

Giles Deacon was also equally thrilled to be a part of the campaign as he said, “Having supported BBC Children in Need for many years now, I was delighted to design this year’s T-shirt. Inspired by my love of bold graphics and colour, the T-shirt is a real pop art Pudsey."

He continued, "I encourage everyone everywhere to buy one and help make a huge difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people around the UK.”

The 100 percent cotton t-shirts retail at £12 and are available in both white or grey.

For further information on how you can support the charity this year, visit the website.

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