Daisy Lowe, Henry Holland and Giles Deacon create Mickey Mouse ears for charity
Some of fashion's biggest names have bandied together for the sake of charity. Daisy Lowe, Henry Holland, Luella and Giles Deacon are just a few of the famous folk to design bespoke Mickey Mouse ears to mark Disney's anniversary.
Recently, mouse ears have become popular amongst the fashionable set (cue Katie Grand) so what better way to honour Mickey and co. than by helping a great cause?
Personalised with everything from spikes and studs to pom-poms and gems, each set of mouse ears will be auctioned off in May to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
The ears will be unveiled at the official premiere of Mickey's Magical Party, running from 4th April 2009 until March 2010. Daisy Lowe and Henry Holland are expected to attend the party at the Disneyland Resort in Paris this weekend.