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Student designs Raging Bull T-shirt

Sportswear brand Raging Bull has teamed up with The London College of Fashion (LCF) and men’s cancer charity Orchid to create a charity T-shirt.

The T-shirt will be sold in 10 House of Fraser stores from April 11 with the profits donated to Orchid. Former England rugby player Phil Vickery (pictured) is fronting the campaign. Students from the BA (Hons) Fashion Illustration course at LCF were briefed to design the T-shirt. The winning design, created by Elise Pellican, was picked by a judging panel that included Topman design director Gordon Richardson and Drapers fashion editor Laura Weir.

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