Monday, May 23, 2011

FEED BAG by Lauren Bush & Judith Leiber

at Bergdorf Goodman

Judith Leiber is a 44-year-old American luxury brand that is synonymous with elegance, style, and sophistication. Each product is executed with meticulous attention to detail and flawless hand-craftsmanship. Miniaudierés from the collection are part of the permanent design collections at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Smithsonian Institute in Washington, The Houston Museum of Fine Arts and the Los Angeles Museum of Art. Adding to Hollywood's nearly 50-year love affair with the brand, nearly every First Lady dating back to 1953 has carried custom-made Judith Leiber bags to the U.S. Presidential Inauguration ceremonies. Judith Leiber is truly an iconic American brand.
In team with LAUREN BUSH she made the stunning FEED 1000 clutch.
It is on my TOP WISH LIST it retails for 495$ and it will help needing kids

Miss Lauren Bush, and her iconic FEED tote bag.
I fist saw it at Bergdorf Goodman  in NYC few years back, and instantly
felt in love with the idea.
It is a brilliant way to do something concrete about Children in need.
Brava Lauren !!!


The FEED Kenya bag measures at approximately 14.5 inches tall, and 13.5 inches wide, with 6 inch handles and a messenger strap. Each natural burlap bag is lined with iconic Kenyan Masai tribal fabric, and is hand-beaded using traditional techniques. Leather handles and an additional messenger strap make this the most luxurious FEED bag yet!
as of today.... over 60,924.557 meals provided
and over 520,449 bags sold

Each FEED 2 Kenya bag is handcrafted in Kenya by a co-op of women and deaf Kenyans, and includes a $100 donation to the United Nations World Food Programme's School Feeding Operations in Kenya. Not only does this purchase support women and deaf Kenyan artisans, but the donation provides nutritious school meals to two Kenyan children for an entire year. The WFP School Feeding Program in Kenya is a well needed support system in a nation that is now dealing with a food crisis that has left 10 million Kenyans at risk of hunger.


Lauren Bush and Ellen Gustafson
Founders of the Feed Foundation
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Real problems, real GALS, real solutions.