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Star Wars: Force for Change

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by Make it last on 20 November, 2015

Listen up all Star Wars fanatics, here's some news for you!

Celebrating the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, ten brilliant London-based designers, including J.W. Anderson, Thomas Tait and Claire Barrow, each designed a limited edition of sweatshirts and t-shirts. The designers interpreted and gained inspiration from the legendary movies in creating these unique pieces. The designs will be available exclusively today at Selfridges. The designers also created two full catwalk-looks each, which will be available in an online auction by 26 November. All proceeds from the project will go to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, as part of the Star Wars: Force for Change initiative.

A behind the scenes film from i-D showing few of the designers involved in the Star Wars: Force for Change initiative.

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