High street giant H&M and UNICEF to launch a capsule autumn clothing collection in support of the All for Children initiative
Posted: 14 June 2011
by Catherine Hudson
Coppery tones, burnt orange and peach hues... the autumnal All for Children collection from H&M is certainly heart warming. In support of the All for Children initiative from UNICEF, to get children out of working in the cotton industry and back into education and clean living environments, 25 per cent of all profits made from the capsule H&M childrenswear collection will be donated. The campaign is focusing on helping children in Tamil Nadu, India where there are around 35,000 children working in the cotton fields and protecting children's rights in Bangladesh.
We love the dark floral print dress and cream blazer with peach rosette. The collection will be available in 160 stores and online from September 2011. In the meantime, check out the fabulous H&M summer range instore now - gotta love H&M dunagrees!
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