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Thursday, 4 February 2010 by Irene Hoofs

Posted by Wiebke from Line+Liv

Simply adorable...Let them Eat Cake... this young funny and fresh kids wear label from the designer Felicity Lynch from Barth in England. And now Let them Eat Cake has joined forces with 2 talented British artists, Annie Kevans and Stella Vine in order to create T-Shirts for THE ENVIROMENTAL JUSTICE FOUNDATION CHARITY (EJF campaigns internationally on the issues their grassroots partners work locally to solve including cotton production, pirate fishing, shrimp farming, pesticides,wildlife and climate refugees.)


The T-shirt designs feature iconic images, including John Lennon and Yoko Ono and a young Britney Spears and are sympathetic to the vintage style of Let them eat cake. The designs are printed on the best quality and ethical T-Shirts by American Apparel and are all hand printed in Barth/England.

They made their debut at Bubble London 2010 and will be available through the EJF website shop soon and other website boutiques.

I think a wonderful project to supporting.

..Let them Eat Cake Charity Project..

*Posted by Wiebke from Line+Liv
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I Love this new brand too !!!
I published about LTEC in last October. Really cute isn't it ?
Great news about the charity project !

Do you mean Bath in England?


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