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Australian singer-songwriter, model and actress Natalie Imbruglia has collaborated with fashion label Banjo & Matilda to create a line of knitwear, inspired by her four-leaf clover tattoo, to benefit charity.

“The four-leaf clover is a powerful symbol to me, so much so that I have it tattooed on the inside of my wrist…My sister and I both have the design to remind us of not only one another, but also of how grateful we are to be living great lives” she recently said.

The project will see $100 from each £299 sweater donated to her chosen charity, the End Fistula Campaign, which is a compelling women’s rights issue that is prevalent in many poor countries of the world.

Imbruglia attributes the name of her knitwear line, ‘Lucky’, to her constant fascination with life’s journey. The word ‘luck’ is also featured on the inside of the sleeve to remind customers of the opportunity for chance and freedom in their lives.

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