Made in Chelsea stars support Save the Sea fashion
Oliver Proudlock has been sharing his new Serge DeNimes 'Drop in the Ocean' t-shirt design for EJF with Made In Chelsea friends Louise Thompson, Jamie Laing and Riley Uggla…who have joined Oliver to help EJF Save the Sea!
The stars from the reality TV show Made In Chelsea were pictured sporting Oliver Proudlock's designer t-shirts yesterday, and have joined other celebrities in supporting EJF's new Save the Sea collection, including George Craig, Diana Vickers and Kimberly Wyatt. A former Made In Chelsea star himself, Oliver Proudlock has joined London-based designers Emma Cook and Patternity to create ocean-inspired designs in support of EJF’s Save the Sea campaign this summer. The 100% organic and fairly traded t-shirts are part of EJF’s 'Just For' fashion collection, which highlights the important role ethical and sustainable fashion has in protecting people and planet while bringing attention to EJF's campaigns. You can join the Made In Chelsea cast by purchasing one of the designer t-shirts at EJF's online shop: www.just-for.co.uk
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