M&S is launching a capsule collection designed by Twiggy for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer 2017.
The collection will be available throughout all London stores and online from April 18, and will feature some staple pieces for your summer wardrobe.
30% of each sale from Twiggy’s collection will go straight to Breast Cancer Now to fund vital breast cancer research.
The collection will feature 30 pieces including 4 T-shirts with the Fashion Strong logo for the campaign worth £15 each.
Twiggy's 50 years in fashion
Last year the style icon marked her milestone of 50 years in the fashion industry.
The Neasden born Model started out in the swinging sixties and became an iconic British figure very early in her career.
Since she was first discovered in 1966, she graced the cover of Vogue, and by the age of 17 quickly became one of the world's first supermodels.
What to expect from the new collection
Twiggy’ s career and love of design and unique appeal to M&S’s customers has helped her to create another exciting collection with the high street chain.
The star has said: “I am thrilled that my Twiggy for M&S Summer collection is supporting Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. It is an amazing campaign that is raising money for much needed breast cancer research. I am a firm believer that style is not about age but more about attitude. This collection has something for everyone and I hope will make a real difference to a great cause.”
The colour pallet of bold pink, navy and cream all complement each other with the latest trends available on the high street.
Floral prints in navy and pink make a statement in a flattering trouser suit and stylish jumpsuit, the perfect outfit for a summer occasion.Twiggy’ s signature brogues are also back stronger than ever in hot pink so if you are not sure about colour then add these to uplift any outfit.
Keep an eye out in your local M&S store and online for the arrival of the collection and for any further updates.
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