Pentreenews Have you started planning that perfect Christmas party outfit yet, or worked out what you'll be wearing on Christmas day? Well, here's something else for you to worry about: your outfit may be right up to the minute, but what about your Christmas tree? Oh yes, Christmas trees can be fashionable too, you know - well, they can when they're designed by the likes of Jimmy Choo, Net-a-Porter and Harrods...

The three brands (along with a host of others) have joined forces with Save the Children to donate designer Christmas trees to the charity's annual Festival of Trees. The trees - accompanied by a range of luxury gifts also donated by the brands - will be auctioned off on December 5th, and are anything but ordinary. Harrods, for example, have donated a fairytale castle advent calendar, and Net-a-Porter's "tree" is a tree in name only - it's this  portrait of 60s model Penelope Tree (do you see what they did there?) by artist Lisolette Watkins.