Ending world hunger through handbags sounds like a job for the #WhiteGirlProblems Twitter tag, but it's actually a major coup, thanks to model and activist Lauren Bush. When the Princeton grad began her crusade to provide food to hungry school children, she had one FEED tote for sale, and millions of needy students on her mind.
Now Bush has partnerships with The Gap and UNICEF, and her efforts to help educate and feed the next generation of global citizens are well underway.
This summer, Clarins gives their support to Bush and her team with the Feed 15 bag. Sold exclusively at Nordstrom, the cosmetics pouch comes with travel tubes of Clarins products, and provides fifteen meals through the World Food Programme.
It retails for $30; a remarkable deal for both Clarins' cult products and
the knowledge that you're contributing to one of the most worthwhile charities out there.
--FARAN KRENTCILThe Feed 15 bag from Clarins, available for $30 at ClarinsAlready have perfect skin? Donate directly to the World Food Programme instead.