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Luxury shopping outlet venue Bicester Village are selling some very desirable totes this January.

They’ve teamed up with three British style icons - Alice Temperley, Paul Smith and Cath Kidston - who have each designed an exclusive shopping bag to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

The limited edition cotton bags reflect each of the individual designer’s trademark styles; Cath Kidston’s bag features her iconic floral print, Paul Smith’s mirrors his usual multicoloured design, and Alice Temperley’s is a bold black and white animal design.

The bags are available until February and cost £10 each, £6 of which will be donated to the charity to help rebuild and refurbish Great Ormond Street Hospital, buy vital equipment and fund pioneering research.

We can’t think of a better reason to buy another bag…

bicestervillage.com.

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