The fashion industry’s greatest have lent their hands to creating designer Pudsey bears, in order to raise money for Children in Need. Pudseys normal attire of yellow fur with an eye patch has been made over with metallics, florals, checks, leather and bows, and let me tell you, the bear is working it!
Designers Erdem, Mulberry, Henry Holland, Giles Deacon, Patrick Grant, PPQ, Jonathan Saunders, Katie Hillier and Liberty have created these beautiful bears.
This Children in Need mascot will be showing his new outfits at Liberty in London and the bears will be auctioned online with a reserve price of £200 and of course all of the proceeds will be donated to the charity.
Pictured here Giles Deacon with his metallic master piece I am loving the silver star eyes and the fringing, tres stylish!
Here are Henry Holland and Erdem with their bear designs, a classic check print and a fresh floral flavour.
Mulberry Liberty Jonathan Saunders
Emma Hill, the creative director of Mulberry explained their bear was designed with the same buffalo leather used in their iconic ‘Alexa’ bag with chocolate leather detailing as they wanted to stay true to the Mulberry brand. I also love the clash of the different floral prints on the Liberty bear.
PPQ Katie Hillier Patrick Grant
Get your own fabulous Pudsey bear, help raise money with Children in Need and get your own piece of fashion history. To get your paws on one of these unique bears please visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/whatson/designer_pudsey.shtml
Please take part in the online auction and give generously to this deserving charity, thank you! XOXO