A Kingston student has won a charity t-shirt design competition judged by Kate Moss.

The winning designer, Chunchen Liu, who studies illustration at Kingston School of Art, submitted a t-shirt design inspired by denim and the pattern and twist of a DNA double helix.

The panel of experts who selected Ms Liu’s design included Kate Moss, Maurice Mullen, head of fashion at the London Evening Standard, and the Made in Chelsea star Louise Thompson.

The limited edition fashion tee is available on the Jeans for Genes website for £20, and all profits will go directly to support thousands of children with life-altering genetic disorders in the UK.

It is currently estimated that 1 in 25 children are affected by a genetic disorder, with 30,000 babies and children newly diagnosed in the UK each year.

The t-shirt was launched this week at the Sanderson Hotel by 2017 Love Island star Montana Brown, who wore the t-shirt and gave a speech to guests.

Ms Brown said: “Jeans for Genes Day was always a big part of growing up at school, and I feel so excited to be able to be a part of the campaign this year in a different capacity.

“The money raised on this day can help to change the lives of children living with a genetic disorder and offer their families much needed support.

“I am really keen to encourage everyone to participate in this day, so I strongly encourage you to all sign up and wear your jeans in support.”

Also present was Maya Spencer-Berkeley, a model and Jeans for Genes ambassador who suffers from the rare genetic skin condition Epidermolysis Bullosa.

She said: “It is great to be a part of the Jeans for Genes Day campaign for another year. It is a really fun way to raise money and awareness for such a brilliant cause.

“By wearing your denim for the day, you can help support and change the lives of children with genetic disorders all over the UK. I hope that everyone will get involved again this year and play a part in such a fantastic day and cause.”