Glasgow fashionista chosen by Kate Moss for her winning design

Molly Lindsay picked as winner of t-shirt competition
Molly Lindsay picked as winner of t-shirt competition

A Glasgow student has had one of her fashion designs picked by Kate Moss to be the 2017 Jeans For Genes charity t-shirt.

Molly Lindsay is an undergraduate communication and design student at The Glasgow School of Art and was invited to enter the competition to design the charity t-shirt, which will be retailed on the Jeans for Genes website from June 5.

Molly's winning design as chosen by Kate Moss.

Molly's winning design as chosen by Kate Moss.

Money raised from sales of the t-shirt will go to help support children and their families with rare genetic disorders across the UK.

It is currently estimated that 1 in 25 children is affected by a genetic disorder and therefore 30,000 babies and children are newly diagnosed in the UK each year.

Molly’s t-shirt is available to buy from |here

Jeans for Genes Day takes place this year on Friday, September 22.