H&M Divided unveils limited edition charity tee
H&M Divided, the new concept store on Camden's High Street, are offering customers a limited edition t-shirt in aid of charity.
Designed by Kate Yarberry, the surrealist tee is an illustration of of Camden. The 21-year-old from the U.S. beat out other young designers to have her design sold at H&M Divided from 28th June.
"I was immediately drawn to the idea of depicting Camden because I love Camden's erratic and spontaneous energy, which attracts so many different types of people," she said.
All proceeds from the 1,000 shirts sold will go directly to helping Centrepoint, a UK charity that assists homeless young people aged 16 to 25.
With some previous experience of being homeless, Yarberry added: "I'm thrilled that my design will support a charity that helps young people get back onto their feet."