Kidswear Autumn/Winter 2018 Collection | Labels Are For Clothes | River Island

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Menswear Autumn / Winter Lookbook | River Island

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Autumn is here and with it, part two of Labels Are For Clothes, a celebration of people who reject stereotypes and champion self-expression. To spread the positive vibes and the idea that LABELS ARE FOR CLOTHES, NOT PEOPLE, we’ve teamed up once again with anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label to create a limited edition range of empowerment tees and sweats that shout our mantra loud and proud! For every product sold, we’ll make a donation to Ditch The Label...

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