Designers auction custom made Pudsey bears for Children In Need

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Pudsey, the famous Children In Need mascot, has just been given a fashion makeover from 12 of Britain’s designers in the name of charity. Giles Deacon, Emma Hill and Jonathan Saunders have created their own bears, which will be auctioned on eBay from tomorrow to raise money for the BBC charity.

The Designer Pudsey Collection also features one-off bears from Erdem, Henry Holland, PPQ, Liberty, Patrick Grant and Kate Hillier. Each design is unique, from the deep tan leather Mulberry bear made at the label’s factory deep in the heart of Somerset to the 100 per cent wool bear dressed head to toe in House of Holland tartan.

For more information and links to auction pages click HERE.

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