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Sinitta helps launch Nick Ede's Style for Stroke clothing collection

FashionBy Sunday World
Sinitta helps launch Nick Ede's Style for Stroke clothing collection

Sinitta has helped launch Nick Ede's Style for Stroke t-shirt collection .

The 'So Macho' hitmaker, former 'Made in Chelsea' star Ashley James and 'The Only Way is Essex' personality Charlie King have teamed up with the style consultant and donned the graphic printed garment, which was designed by Miss Magpie Fashion Spy, to show their support for the Stroke Association charity and help raise awareness for the organisation.

Speaking about the partnership, the brunette beauty tweeted along with a link to purchase the t-shirts: "Please support @styleforstroke and raise awareness for @TheStrokeAssoc a tee by @miss_magpie_spy and @nickede (sic).

"Yes, strokes can happen to anyone at any age. With correct treatment some have complete recovery #knowledgeIsPower (sic)."

Meanwhile, Nick is thrilled he was able to work with the iconic illustrator on the new initiative as he has been long supporter of Stroke Association since the death of his mother, who lost her battle with the disease in 1977.

He explained: "I'm so excited to be working with Miss Magpie Fashion Spy on this year's T-shirt collection.

"I think that it's bright, fresh and bang on trend and I hope that it raises funds and awareness for such an important charity."

The celebrities put their dedication to the test in the name of charity as they completed a fitness class at the Equinox Gym in London's Kensington today.

Speaking about the gruelling work out, Sinitta - who has helped Simon Cowell mentor 'X Factor' contestants and narrow down his category when the talent show takes the singers through to the judges houses - said: "[Today] was really tough and great fun too."

The capsule features four t-shirts printed by ethical t-shirt retailer Tee Mill, which are available to buy online and will see a percentage of the profits from every garment go towards the charity.