Kids Company Christmas Tree Project.

Zaha Hadid's 3D print design inspired by the form of a Christmas tree.

This festive season bid on these stunning, one-off Christmas collectibles & make the difference to a young life.

Fashion designer Matthew Williamson brought together his gaggle of celebrity friends to design a Christmas ornament each for an auction; 100% proceeds of which shall benefit the British charitable organisation, Kids Company.

From Zaha Hadid  and Gwyneth Paltrow to Rankin, Sienna Miller and Lee Broom, top names in pop culture have worked hard to make 2014 a brighter place for many young children living in London and around. All baubles are on display  at the Aqua Shard restaurant, located on the thirty-first floor of the Renzo Piano designed Shard.

From Left: Designs by Matthew Williamson, Gwyneth Paltrow & Rankin.

From Left: Designs by Matthew Williamson, Gwyneth Paltrow & Rankin.

The British charitable organization, Kids Company was founded by Camila Batmanghelidjh in 1996. Since then the organisation has been providing practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children. Their services reach 36,000 and intensively support 18,000 children across London, including the most deprived and at risk whose parents are unable to care for them due to their own practical and emotional challenges.

From Left: Mary J. Blige, Joe Black and Caroline Jane Harris.

From Left: Mary J. Blige, Joe Black and Caroline Jane Harris.

“My bauble ‘The World is not Enough’, reflects the imaginary worlds that children inhabit and also the price that children can pay for living in a hostile world.” - Joe Black

From Left: Sienna Miller, Chris Bracey and Lee Broom.

From Left: Sienna Miller, Chris Bracey and Lee Broom.

I wanted to capture that optimism in my bauble – so I asked my daughter to let loose with the colourful paints! – Sienna Miller.

This festive season, make the difference to a young life – to bid on these stunning, one-off Christmas collectibles please go here. Bidding began on Thursday 12th December and continues for ten days hence.

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