You Can Now Pick Up A Designer Scarf Alongside Your Pret Lunch Thanks To A New Charity Initiative

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We're ashamed to say that we have fallen right back into our old lunchtime shopping habits all too easily since the great return to the office, the allure of a new outfit and dangerous proximity to the high street proving harder than ever to resist. And unfortunately for us, things are about to get even tougher.

In perhaps the most unexpected collaboration announcement of the year so far, lunchtime staple Pret à Manger has revealed its first launch within the fashion sphere to celebrate its new spring menu – all based on the idea of getting "well dressed" (in both the salad and style senses) and making lunchtimes fancy again.

Three of Britain's finest fashion designers have joined forces with Pret to create limited-edition silk scarves for the occasion, each inspired by the new menu items. Richard Quinn, known for his bold prints and gothic florals, has designed a scarf to go alongside the tamari and ginger aubergine salad bowl; Ashish's bright and playful design was inspired by the pesto pasta salad, while Daniel W. Fletcher's scarf features illustrations of the ingredients in the miso chicken and greens bowl.

Photo credit: Courtesy
Photo credit: Courtesy

A slightly bonkers idea it may be, but it's still an unmissable opportunity to own a limited-edition piece by some of the hottest designers of the moment – and at a fraction of the usual price. Each scarf is made from 100% silk and priced at £30.00, with all proceeds going to The Pret Foundation to help fight homelessness.

Photo credit: Courtesy
Photo credit: Courtesy

You can purchase the limited-edition scarves at the Pret website, and via the links below:

DANIEL W. FLETCHER X PRET

RICHARD QUINN X PRET

ASHISH X PRET

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