Smith & Milton designer Nik Bedford is obviously being paid too much money if he can afford to make £500,000 bets. Four IV senior designer Kim Hartley was challenged by Bedford at last week’s Design Week Awards to stand on the pink cowboy hat being worn by DW editorial researcher Natalie Spencer. Sensing an opportunity to make a quick fiver, or should that be 500 grand, the two ladies in question contrived to collect evidence to win the bet. As the above photo shows, Hartley is clearly standing on the hat and is now awaiting payment. Pay up Mr Bedford. We know where you work.
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