Last week the Prince's Trust launched a book to create awareness around the successful projects it has been running over the past 10 years.
The Prince's Trust supports 13 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed, struggling at school or at risk of exclusion, by supplying the practical and financial support they need to stabilise their lives, develop self-esteem and skills for work.
Under commission of the Prince of Wales himself, the book has been created by David Thomas: now a worldwide recognised fashion stylist, he started his business in 1988 thanks to a grant given to him by the Prince's Trust.
The publication was presented at Café Royal in London, and will raise funds to allow the charity to continue the great work.
A number of celebrities attended the launch to support the initiative, amongst them were Boy George, Lionel Richie and, of course, the most photographed ones: two gorgeous roller banners created by Think Tank Media for the occasion.
We have to say that the banners kept up with glamour of the guests stars, while Emilia Fox showed up with a ravishing yellow skirt, our two creations were wearing a classy black and red print adorned by the Prince's Trust logo.
As always, we're proud to have contributed even if in small part and have been of help in such an important cause.
Check out the pictures below, who's looking best? Calvin Harris or our lovely banners?