Visitors to Birmingham's Bullring shopping centre next week will notice the iconic Bull statue donning a new heart-themed outfit created by fashion students at Birmingham City University.
First-year Fashion Design students were tasked with creating a costume for the six-tonne Bull sculpture by Little Hearts Matter, Bullring's charity of the year.
Little Hearts Matter is a national UK charity offering help to those affected by the diagnosis of a single ventricle heart condition.
From initial antenatal diagnosis, through treatments and into life at home.
The Birmingham-based charity works with children, young adults and families to reduce the isolation, fear and lack of understanding created when a child is diagnosed as having half a working heart.
18 year-old Coral Newcombe impressed the Little Hearts Matter team with her outfit design, featuring puzzle pieces and an extended zip along the chest area.
Coral created the outfit in three weeks with fellow students Lydia Dickinson, Georgette Hughes, Charlotte Mander and Milly McDowell.