London retailer Matches Fashion loves a loud shirt. That’s why they’ve tapped British designers Jonathan Saunders, J.W. Anderson and Mary Katrantzou to create a series of shirts for charity. All proceeds from the shirts, which retail for $78, go toward the London Dispossessed Fund. The fund was started by London paper The Evening Standard, and helps less fortunate Britons.
We’re personally digging the Katranzou typewriter print, but of course, that would be a blogger’s favorite.
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Julie Gerstein writes about style and fashion for The Frisky, and you can follow her on Twitter at @havethehabit. She has a terrible shoe shopping problem.