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Henry Holland designs line of chocolate-inspired charity T-shirts

Henry Holland designs line of chocolate-inspired charity T-shirts

Henry Holland has indulged his sweet tooth with a new line of charitable T-shirts.

The designer, known for his slogan tees worn by the likes of Cara Delevingne and Lily Allen, has turned his attention to chocolate bars for a special range in partnership with confectionery company Cadbury.

Holland has designed an exclusive five T-shirt collection through his House of Holland label, celebrating some of Britain's favourite candy bars including Twirl, Crunchie, Double Decker, Boost, and Wispa.

All proceeds from the $39 (£30) garments will be going directly to The Prince's Trust charity.

"We wanted to make this range a real hit for the great British summer and with all five designs being really unique and different we think there is a great selection here for all fans," Holland told Cover Media. "My personal favourite is the Wispa T-shirt and I can't wait to see everyone wearing these to festivals and events over the next few months.

"Cadbury came to us, and it was really fun. Their play on colour and tongue in cheek ads from their past and present resonated and fits with the brand. And it was really nice to do something for The Prince’s Trust."

The Prince's Trust was set up by Britain's Prince Charles to help young people with employment, education, training, and volunteering.

Fans can get their hands on the limited-edition designs through the House of Holland website.

This isn't Holland's first foray into charity T-shirts, and he explained that giving back has always been an important aspect of his job.

"Charity's big for me for sure," he said. "Anything I can do to help, I’m more than happy to do so. It’s very hard to pick and choose the projects you say yes and no to because obviously there are so many amazing causes, so I try to do as much as I can for the things that I believe in."

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