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Stella McCartney designs T-shirts for charity

FashionBy Sunday World
Stella McCartney designs T-shirts for charity

Stella McCartney has created two T-shirt designs for War Child.

The 43-year-old fashion designer has unveiled the garments which were inspired by entries into the War Child Draw Me To Safety campaign.

The project was thought up by Stella and actress Angelina Jolie, who is a UN Special Envoy, as the pair attended the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict summit last year.

The initiative's aim was to encourage youngsters aged between eight and 15 to produce artwork which answered the question "What makes your feel safe?".

Stella has based her creations on the best entry - which features hearts and teddy bears - and has produced a children's and women's design.

The T-shirts retail at £32 for a child's and £72 for the adult version and are available to buy from the designer's website and in store, reports the Daily Telegraph newspaper.

Meanwhile, Angelina, 39 - who has Maddox, 13, Pax, 11, Zahara, 10, Shiloh, eight, and six-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox with her husband Brad Pitt, 51 - wed the actor in August last year in a stunning Atelier Versace gown adorned with her kids' colourful doodles and drawings.