Style icons Girls Aloud, renowned for their impeccable dress sense and stylish trend setting, have swapped music for fashion – creating five exclusive t-shirt designs for KIT KAT® SENSES™, in support of Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK*. The five girls created these great designs during their break time on their recent ‘Tangled Up’ tour… Being worked on during their own me-time means that the designs highlight each of their personalities and give a real insight into what really matters to them as individuals – making these unique t-shirts a must have for Autumn 08.
There are 165 of the girls’ t-shirts from KIT KAT® SENSES™ to be won every day for six weeks from 18th August. To be in with a chance to win, simply text the last four digits of the barcode found on KIT KAT® SENSES™ wrappers, plus SENSES, to 66226, or enter online at www.kitkat-senses.co.uk.
Sarah Harding’s design captures her rocky style perfectly. Inspired by her love of the UK, Sarah says, ‘I think we should be proud of our country and our flag which is why I wanted the Union Jack on it. This is really important to me and I love being in the thick of things so it made sense to put myself bang smack in the middle!’
Nicola’s design incorporates the iconic words of fellow Liverpudlians, the Beatles. Nicola explains, ‘‘Let It Be’ is a song I hold dear to my heart as it speaks of hope and desire. I wanted my t-Shirt to encourage people to dream of a perfect world filled with happiness, love and friendship, and to never forget their goals.’
LA based Nadine is ultra glam and her t-shirt is no exception; describing the inspiration behind the clean simple design, Nadine said, ‘I love the glamorous style of the old silver screen era, the 30’s and art deco period. The era symbolised progress and optimism which I wanted to reflect in my t-Shirt.’
Kimberley’s t-shirt is designed to combine Britain’s traditional heritage with the multi-cultural mix of the country today. Kimberley said, ‘I’m proud to be living in a country that can accept different cultures, colours and creeds with open arms and wanted my t-shirt to reflect the diverse attitude of modern Britain.’
Cheryl’s design highlights her love for her hometown – Newcastle. Using a magpie to communicate the fun cheeky side of her fellow Geordies, Cheryl said, ‘I wanted my t-Shirt to give people an insight into what it’s like to be a Geordie and highlight that Newcastle is a really special place to me – after all it’s the Jewel of the North East!’