November 27, 2020

Fashion Creatives Say ‘No’ to Bullying in London Campaign

TAKING A STAND: A bevy of fashion creatives has taken a stand against cyberbullying aimed at children and teens as part of the “Be Cool Be Nice” campaign, and gathered at the House of Lords in London’s Westminster to mark the launch of a related book.
Dsquared2 designers Dean and Dan Caten, Matty Bovan, Princess Beatrice of York, Amber Le Bon, and models Hana Jirickova and Daisy Lowe were among the guests at the “Be Cool Be Nice” book launch on Wednesday. The overall initiative supports the use of social media in a positive way to promote civility online and off-line.
Published by Studio Press, the book features creative imagery from Burberry, Emilio Pucci, Marc Jacobs, Dsquared2, Henry Holland, Mary Katrantzou and Pat McGrath. Marc Newson did the cover illustration of a bear wearing sunglasses. The 141-page book includes activities and expressive positive phrases that focus on kindness. It will be sold at select retailers starting Nov. 9 and it is priced at 14.99 pounds.
“My sister is supporting from New York and couldn’t be here today,” said Princess Beatrice of York of her sibling Princess Eugenie. “But I happily stepped in. I’m very proud of the work that we can all do

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