GLASTONBURY Festival and fashion designer Stella McCartney have teamed up to release a limited-edition upcycled vest to support children suffering in Ukraine and other conflicts.

McCartney designed a limited-edition vest for Glastonbury 2007, with all proceeds going to charity. 

Unsold pieces found in a warehouse audit have been “upcycled and repurposed” with a new artwork and are now available to buy from Glastonbury's online store.

The product description on the festival's website said: “In 2007, Stella McCartney designed a limited-edition vest which was sold for charity at that year's Glastonbury Festival.

“The design, which features a blue sky, green field and psychedelic rainbow, was inspired by the seventies airbrushed t-shirts her mum and dad used to get made.

“The vest has gone on to become a rare collector's item, but a recent warehouse audit unveiled several boxes of vests which had not been sold.

“Staying true to Stella McCartney’s ethos and principles to reduce our impact on the planet, the original vests have now been upcycled and repurposed with a new mushroom artwork celebrating fungi as the future of fashion and our planet.”

All proceeds from the sale of the upcycled vest will go to War Child's Emergency Fund, which is supporting frightened and vulnerable children in crisis in Ukraine, Yemen, and other conflicts.

McCartney's father Sir Paul will headline the festival's Pyramid Stage on Saturday, June 25 when the event returns to Worthy Farm after two years away due to Covid. 

The former Beatle will top the bill alongside American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish (Friday night) and rapper Kendrick Lamar (Sunday). 

Other confirmed acts include Diana Ross, Lorde, Olivia Rodrigo, Sam Fender, Pet Shop Boys, and Noel Gallagher's High-Flying Birds.

The festival will support Oxfam, Water Aid, Greenpeace, the Red Cross Ukraine appeal, and other Worthy causes.

You can purchase the Stella McCartney x Glastonbury limited-edition upcycled vest HERE for £40.