Celebrities design exclusive bags for Fishermen's Mission

Barbara Hulanicki - Eleanor Tomlinson, Barbara Hulanicki, Caroline Quentin, Julia Bradbury, and Fern Britton have teamed up with Cornish fashion brand Seasalt to raise money for Fishermen's Mission charity, by designing a collection of exclusive bags. Tomlinson, known for starring in BBC drama Poldark, commented "I loved the idea of making it Poldark-related - the sun setting behind Cornish clifftops and the silhouetted figures of Ross and Demelza on a galloping horse. I am delighted to be part of such a worthwhile campaign, supporting our fishermen who risk their lives at sea every day". - Cornwall, United Kingdom - Tuesday 23rd February 2016 (1 Picture)


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