Jeans for Genes LCF winning entry 2011.jpgLondon College of Fashion continues its support of Jeans for Genes by offering a t-shirt design competition.

The competition was started back in 2008, and now the t-shirt has gone on to be a huge success helping to raise money for cause which aims to change the world for children with genetic disorders. This year's entries were judged by an expert panel including Marks and Spencer, River Island, Ted Baker, Coleen Rooney, and Jaime Winstone.

The winning entry for this year's competition has been announced as Lianne Miller. She has drawn inspiration and colours from the autumn's key trends. "I am impressed by how such a simple but bold fundraising concept can really make a difference. I hope that it sells out so that more and more families benefit from the work of Jeans for Genes," said Miller. Shop her t-shirt online here.