Giddy up: Rick Owens, Balmain, Versace and Fendi design their own My Little Ponies
Hot to trot
It was only a few days ago when Katy Eary twisted childhood nostalgia into her S/S '16 men's collection, sending male models down the runway in oversized tees printed with well-endowed My Little Ponies (seriously). And now, the loveable, bright eyed equines have popped up again with the release of a stable of ponies imagined by a troop of fashion designers, all in the name of charity.
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Joining Rick Owens' predictably all-black horse, Olivier Rousteing's plush cornrow-rocking Pegasus, Karl Lagerfeld's furry design for Fendi and Missoni's printed elephant, are designs by Marni, Roberto Cavalli, Emilio Pucci, Kenzo and Versace. To say the Buro 24/7 office is besotted is putting it lightly.
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Currently being auctioned off by Italian store LuisaViaRoma on eBay, the ponies are helping to raise funds for Save the Children the Nepal Earthquake in conjunction with the retailer's Make Kids Happy campaign.
Want to make a bid? Gallop over to LuisaViaRoma's eBay store.
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