Silly Bandz and their ilk may be a disposable change for the inferior set, but two acceptance from London College of Fashion accept adapted the dime-a-dozen elastic bracelets, which appear in neon colors and cool shapes for stacking, into bespoke altar of luxury. As allotment of Save the Children’s “No Chlid Born to Die” campaign, Lili Colley and Katherine Taylor were accustomed one anniversary and £5 ($8) to transform the charity’s glow-in-the-dark wristbands into one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
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Using recycled abstracts such as an old clockwork toy, the second-year undergraduates rose to the break admitting the acute pressure. “The befalling to actualize appearance jewellery for Born to Shine was an honor,” Taylor says. “I achievement the plan encourages humans to aces up a packet of afterglow bands, get artistic and adore getting able to advice accession money to accord accouchement beneath advantageous a adventitious of a future.”