Visit the Little Black Dress blog to take part in our Great Dress Giveaway. You'll find a large selection of £10 dresses from the Little Black Dress Collection and Alesha Dixon perfect for party season.

And, £5 from each order goes to Refuge, our adopted UK charity. We are aiming to raise more than £5,000 for Refuge - the more we do, the more Refuge can do.

In the meantime, a big well done to everyone for helping us raise £10,000 for domestic violence charity Refuge in previous campaigns over the last couple of years.

We think that's amazing! For every dress sold from our Little Black Dress and Alesha Dixon Collections, we have changed lives for the better. 

So a huge thank you - we couldn’t have done it without you!

The Refuge Charity

Refuge, opened the world’s first safe house in 1971, and supports over  6,500 women and children escaping domestic violence on any given day.

Little Black Dress CEO Mark Evans said: “Refuge’s work focuses on empowering women and building self-esteem, a cause that compliments the Little Black Dress ethos perfectly. 
We are committed to building a brand that 'gives something back' rather than one that simply sells dresses."

Sandra Horley CBE, chief executive of Refuge, said of our previous campaign: “Refuge is enormously grateful to Little Black Dress for its generous donation of £10,000.  

"£10,000 is the equivalent of 192 nights in a refuge for a woman and her children, where Refuge’s expert staff offer them the practical and emotional support they need to begin rebuilding their lives, free from fear.”

Providing Help

The money you’ve helped us raise is crucial. Let's try to raise money and thousands of smiles this giving season.

See our Great Dress Giveaway blog for details on where to find our latest offer.

Additional Information
Keep up-to-date with the latest news from Refuge at or follow them on Twitter @RefugeCharity and

Refuge is a registered charity (number 277424).

Watch TV personality Alesha Dixon as she tells her life story, and history of childhood domestic abuse, courtesy of Makers here: