Kate Moross and Natasha Law get into bed with Crisis and Simba Sleep
Kate Moross and Natasha Law have combined forces with fellow artists Camille Walala, D’Face and Freebeez as the Simba Art Collective to raise money for homeless charity Crisis this Christmas.
Each of the artists is working in collaboration with design-led mattress brand Simba Sleep to create a limited edition collection of designer mattresses. There will be 20 mattresses made per designer, with all profits from the 100 mattresses in total going to Crisis. On top of that, Simba will also be donating 5% of profits from all of its mattress sales during November and December.
Each purchase will help the charity deliver Crisis at Christmas, which each year, provides hot meals, shelter and companionship to more than 11,000 homeless guests over the festive period.
Natasha’s mattress design is called ‘The Girls are Out’ and features two reclining female figures joined by a pink ribbon.
Kate’s ‘Dreams Come True’ mattress shows of her love of typography and colour, playfully alluding to all the good things that can happen in a bed.
The Simba Art Collective range will be available in a standard UK Double (£599) and King Size (£699) and will be available exclusively from https://simbasleep.com/pages/collective
Each mattress comes with a 100-night sleep trial promise and a 10 year guarantee.