December 2, 2012

Designer Pudsey raised thousands at auction

30 Big names in the fashion industry have been using their creative minds and amazing talents to make a Pudsey bear in their own style.
BBC Children in Need launched the Designer Pudsey Collection in 2011.
And then ,with the help of 14 designers, raised ove£50,000.
The Designer Pudsey Bear collection raised over £150,000 for Children in Need at a Christie's auction last night in London.
Models including the amazing Cara Delevingne and Liberty Ross turned out to help sell the bears and raise money for the cause.

It was the Giles Deacon Swarovski crystal-encrusted Pudsey who've been sold for a top bid of £ 24,000.
Closely followed by the Louis Vuitton Pudsey auctioned by the creative director of the French Fashion house, Marc Jacobs sold for £20,000.
Tom ford got the third place with a bear sold for £12,000, fourth is the Burberry Teddy for £9,000.
Dior and McQueen designs made £8,500 each.

A number of bears are still available to bid on.
They'll be remaining on sale until sunday 18 November, the auction closes 6pm.

- Samiya Cusman

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