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The orchid charity t-shirt

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If there's one new year's resolution we always have but never keep, it's to donate more money to charity.

Our constant failure, along with our inevitable post-December weight gain, helps fuel the self-loathing that taints the first few months of the year.

Well, we might have found a short-term fix for all that middle class guilt. Male cancer charity Orchid have teamed up with London College of Fashion and sportswear label Raging Bull to create a t-shirt to raise awareness of testicular cancer.

The winning design came from student Sasha Helim and was selected by a panel including our very own Adrian Clark, style director of ShortList and editor of ShortList Mode.

The t-shirt is available to buy in the top ten House of Fraser stores across the UK and online at www.houseoffraser.co.uk and www.orchid-cancer.org.uk. Priced at £27.00 each, the full profits from each T-shirt will be donated to Orchid.

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