H&M launch their ‘All for children’ collection with 25% of sales donated to Unicef
By Allison Goodfellow-Ash

H&M launch their ‘All for children’ collection on October 30th with 25% of sales donated to Unicef to help children in the world’s poorest communities, by providing them with better education.

Oct 10, 2014
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H&M launch their ‘All for children’ collection on 30th October with 25% of sales donated to Unicef to help children in the world’s poorest communities, by providing them with better education. The collection theme takes inspiration from the forest and wild nature, featuring Gorilla gloves, bear hats, lizard jumpsuits, sweaters adorned with bugs and faux–fur jackets blurring the boundaries of practical winter dressing and playful dress up.

 

 


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