Tatler | The social set have been called on to lend their support – and creative visions – to the sustainable fashion brand, for a new collaboration in aid of the Prince’s Trust
Hum Fleming, Chloe Delevingne and Sophie Perkins design stunning dresses for Hannah Sophia England charitable collection
The social set have been called on to lend their support – and creative visions – to the sustainable fashion brand, for a new collaboration in aid of the Prince’s Trust
From the famously stylish Delevingne sisters to Ian Fleming’s glamorous great niece, Hum Fleming, the social set are known for their fashion sense. So it’s no wonder that Hannah Sophia England turned to a number of Tatler favourites to collaborate on their new Women Supporting Women Collection, raising money for the Prince’s Trust.
The exciting news was announced on the brand’s social media accounts, with a post stating: ‘Introducing our Women Supporting Women Collection… Uniting seven inspirational, strong, kind and brilliant women who are equally committed to changing the lives of our next generation and believe in our mission for change. 100 per cent of the profits will be donated to the @princestrust, to change young women’s lives.’
Among the talented women who’ve joined the project is Chloe Delevingne, a midwife and the co-founder of Della Vite – a prosecco brand she created with her two model/ actress younger sisters, Cara and Poppy Delevingne. Chloe has designed a pretty white day dress for the collection, with a detachable extra section that can transform the length from a maxi to a mini.
Hum Fleming, a fashion PR and ambassador for Young Epilepsy, has drawn on her signature show-stopping style to create a bold backless gown. Like Chloe’s dress, it’s no one trick pony, with a reversible design offering a choice of glamorous black or a chic navy polka dot print.
Sophie Perkins, meanwhile, known for her aesthetic mastery as the chatelaine of Parnham Park, has designed a midnight blue maxi dress, with whimsical off-the-shoulder sleeves and an empire line waist. Other standouts from the collection include a vibrant reversible gown by Isabel Getty (a singer, artist and the great-granddaughter of Jean Paul Getty); and a stunning lime lime and purple ensemble by stylist and British Vogue Executive Assistant Deborah Ababio.
Founder Hannah Sophia Jarvis is quoted in the MailOnline as stating: ‘As a mother of two young daughters, I wanted the collection to carry a strong message to support, inspire and help women to feel heard and understood.
‘Inspired by the tragic death of my close friend, I have called upon these seven incredible women to open up about their experiences, support one another and collaborate with me in designing their own empowerment dresses.
‘Ellie’s story was cut very short as she struggled with her demons. I want to honour her life and fulfil her legacy by trying to make a positive difference and raising money to the Prince’s Trust and will be donating 100 per cent of profits from the collection to the trust. My mission is to support women and I feel strongly that circumstances shouldn’t determine opportunities.’
Hannah Sophia England has quickly become a favourite among those in the know, beloved for its timelessly elegant, wearable designs, and for its sustainable ethos. And with all proceeds from the new collection going to the Prince’s Trust, a charity founded by Prince Charles to help vulnerable young people, what more reason do you need to treat yourself to a special new outfit?