Teenage Cancer Trust auctions designer headgear

Damien Hirst has designed two bandanas to help raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

One of Damien Hirst's bandanas
One of Damien Hirst's bandanas

The charity will auction a collection of 25 bespoke headscarves designed by some of Britain's leading artists, including Sam Taylor-Wood and Antony Gormley.

The ticket-only event will be held in the Deutsche Bank Lounge at the Frieze Art Fair on 17 October in London's Regent's Park. Bids can be made online from 6 October, and bidding continues on the evening.

The trust chose to auction the bandanas because many teenagers diagnosed with cancer lose their hair.

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