British designer Henry Holland has created an exclusive homeware range in aid of “Red Nose Day 2015” , which has already been worn by celebrities such as Dermot O´Leary, Kirstie Allsopp and also the winning contestants of the “Great Comic Relief Bake Off.” ( available to watch from 11 February).
The designer expressed his delight with the range,
““I was thrilled to be asked to design a limited edition Red Nose Day apron and tea towel for HomeSense. The amusing Orson Welles quote emblazoned on both makes the range cool, confident and savvy. Of course, the idea is to encourage the public to get messy in the kitchen and bake something funny for money so I hope people get on board and raise some dough for "Comic Relief.”
The range is available in both a plain and spotty design and features the famous Orson Wells quote, “Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch”. The unique design aims to encourage the British public to fundraise through baking whilst looking stylish!
The apron is priced at 12.99, with 6.50 of the proceeds going to Comic Relief and they are available from HomeSense, official partners of Red Nose Day 2015.