We love Kate Moss. You know that already. We also love the mega-cute, up and coming Brit designer William Tempest (in fact, Grazia magazine was one of the first to champion his major design skills way back in 2008). So imagine this if you will – La Moss and Tempest working together? Um, yes please! The two fashion forces have merged in the name of Sport Relief - like we weren’t obsessed enough with Rufus Hound’s rendition of Cheryl Cole’s ‘Fight for this Love’ – we now can enjoy William designing a dress for Kate to so masterfully model. And get this – it’s made out of mosquito nets! He didn’t run out of silk satin or charmeuse, people, it’s to raise awareness of the dangers and prevention of malaria in Africa and that the simple purchase of a mosquito net can make all the difference.
“I was shocked to hear that one child dies from malaria in Africa every 30 seconds, that’s why I was happy to be involved in this important project for Sport Relief.” Kate explains, “William Tempest’s dress, which incorporates recycled malaria nets is absolutely gorgeous, I loved wearing it and working with William.” And you can totally tell the two got along famously from the make-our-hearts-melt snap of the two frolicking around together. Oh to have been there. But, there’s still a chance to be part of the action – this dress will be auctioned off at a later date to raise money for the charity. We’ll keep you posted!