A revolution...

in the world of racing silks, notoriously one where patterns are of a strictly plain variety; the spot and the stripe holding sway.  Racing for Change ran a competition recently for students at Central St Martin's, in which the brief was to design revolutionary new colours.  Henry Griffin it was who won it, with fruit machine designs, and his colours will appear in all their glory at the first race at Ascot on 9th July.

I think we can probably consider ourselves blessed that Cath Kidston designs aren't "vibrant and easily identifiable", otherwise I bet some owner would make an essay at those.


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