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Jonathan Saunders Designs Fashion’s Night Out T-shirt




Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Fashion Designers, News, Sales

Jonathan Saunder's t-shirt design for Fashion's Night OutJonathan Saunders has designed the official Vogue Fashion's Night Out T-shirt.

The Scottish designer has teamed up with Vogue magazine for the annual fashion event and created a unique T-shirt design in aid of domestic violence charity Refuge.

"It's such an honor to collaborate with [editor] Alexandra Shulman and Vogue on this year's official Fashion's Night Out T-shirt. The design features one of my signature prints which I hope people are excited to take away from the night. I am so happy to be a part of this global initiative raising much-needed funds for charity, and I look forward to a great night out on September 6," he said.

Fashion's Night Out will be held on September 6 by all 19 countries that publish Vogue. This year marks the fourth time the magazine is supporting the fashion and retail sectors by hosting star-studded shopping parties in major cities featuring editors, stars, models, fashionistas, and designers.

"We are delighted to have been selected as the benefactor for this year's Fashion's Night Out. Domestic violence is the number one issue for women in this country. This is why we need support more than ever and why it is fantastic that Refuge is receiving such high-profile support from British Vogue, designer Jonathan Saunders - and the Fashion's Night Out team who are working together to raise funds and awareness of Refuge's work," commented Refuge chief executive, Sandra Horley.

Jonathan's $30 design is Gap cotton T-shirts and comes in both blue and pink. Fashionistas can buy the item on the night or in advance from September 3 at the Conde Nast Worldwide News store in London.

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