Ahead of this season's London Fashion Week, which gets underway on Friday, charity Choose Love has partnered with a handful of young fashion designers to launch a line of limited edition t-shirts.
Ahluwalia, 16Arlington, Tolu Cocker, Nabil Nayal & Olubiyi Thomas are just some of the young designers to have contributed designs inspired by the original Choose Love design originally gifted to the charity by Katharine Hamnett in 2015.
The t-shirts - which have been produced using organic cotton in a renewable energy factory - are being digitally printed to order in the UK by social enterprise Teemill.
At a fundraiser in November 2015, Help Refugees launched its 'Choose Love' t-shirts, which were created by Hamnett and has since launched a string of philanthropic collaborations in order to raise money for refugees.
“I was moved to contribute a design for the Help Refugees, 'Choose Love' series as I think it is supporting a vital cause," Priya Aluwahlia said, "The rhetoric around people who move around the globe just to try and get a better life, has become increasingly hostile in the media and I think it is important for everyone to remember that we are talking about human-beings who deserve help, love and support.”
You can buy the t-shirts here, they're priced at £25 with £10 from each sale going to the charity.