Not for these designers, who are all about profit sharing. Even with the economy hitting rock bottom these fashion humanitarians help to make the world a better place . Giving back is always in vogue.
Edun Meteor Straight Leg – Phantom, $150
EDUN was founded by Ali Hewson and Bono. EDUN is a for-profit business ??“ founded on the premise of trade as a means of building sustainable communities in developing countries to help foster economic growth rather than provide charity.
Bulgari Sterling Silver Ring, $290
Bulgari has created two special rings for their 125th year anniversary, of which $60 will go to Save the Children’s “Rewrite the Future” campaign. Made of sterling silver, the rings pay tribute to Sotirio Bulgari, the company’s founder who began as a silversmith in the 1800s, and feature Save the Children’s logo engraved on the inside. Buy It!
Lilly Pulitzer Brooke Printed Caftan, $268
Designed by Brooke Shields for Lilly Pulitzer, the ‘Brooke Printed Caftan’ epitomizes casual glamour for the “mommy and me” look. Part of the limited-edition Colorful Cause collection in celebration of Lilly Pulitzer’s 50th jubilee. Great on the beach, lounging around the house or over a pair of skinny jeans on it’s own or with a low slung belt.
Nanette Lepore linen Helio dress, $350
A fresh bohemian tunic dress great by itself or over a pair of jeans or leggings. Twenty percent of the proceeds go to Global Green, which combats climate change.
–Nikki Cho Russo
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