A philanthropic pair of pyjamas

These #hushNOmore pyjamas by Mandy Watkins support the work of domestic violence charity Refuge

#hushNOmore pyjamas for Refuge, £60
#hushNOmore pyjamas for Refuge, £60

“It’s truly shocking to learn that as many as one in four British women will suffer domestic abuse in their lifetime and that two women are killed every week by an abusive partner,” says Mandy Watkins, founder of the women’s leisurewear brand Hush. To support Refuge, the country’s largest charity for victims of domestic violence, Watkins has designed a limited-edition pyjama set and matching eye mask in super-soft cotton bearing her signature metallic star print that will go on sale from October 1. The charity will receive £52 for every #hushNOmore pyjama set (£60) sold, the equivalent cost of one night’s stay in a shelter for a mother who has been a victim of abuse, plus her children. Refuge has been fighting against domestic violence in the UK since 1971 and helps over 5,000 women and children across the country every day.

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