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Adored by the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Beatrice and Tamara Beckwith Veroni, Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs’ luxury label Beulah London has long been a hit among the social set. Known for their vintage-inspired designs and covetable prints, Beulah has amassed a cult following since its launch in 2010.

In support of Anti-Slavery Day on 18 October, the much-loved label has designed a capsule collection of two limited edition sweatshirts with 10 per cent of profits going to the Empowerment Collective; a charity devoted to eradicating modern slavery. Each sale of a sweatshirt will provide a week of skills training to a woman from a disadvantaged background.

The ‘Love’ sweatshirt by Beulah

The ‘Liberté’ and ‘Love’ sweatshirts are made from 100 per cent organic Indian cotton, with a fully traceable and sustainable supply chain. The delectable floral embroidery has been hand stitched by women in Senegal on the Csao programme; an organisation that provides African artisan workers with skills and jobs to help better their communities.

The ‘Liberté’ sweatshirt by Beulah

The ‘Love’ Sweatshirt’ by Beulah

Lady Natasha has long been a supporter of the cause to end modern slavery having previously created scarves and T-shirts to help fund these organisations, with Princess Eugenie, Lady Kitty Spencer and Cressida Bonas having shown their support in the past.

The new sweatshirts are available now for £195, both online at and at the boutique at 77 Elizabeth Street, SW1W 9PJ. Join the cause to end slavery and look good doing it too.

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