FEED Projects is going heritage with a new collection of leather bags. Unveiled by the brand’s founder, Lauren Bush Lauren, at the Explorers Club in Manhattan at New York Fashion Week on Thursday, the collection marks the social enterprise’s first foray into the luxury market. Each carryall is a gift that keeps giving. Not only will every purchase provide sustainable employment for artisans in Kenya, but it will also, per FEED’s philanthropic M.O, supply 150 to 300 school meals to children in Africa.

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Bush Lauren, who launched FEED in 2007, also previewed the firm’s upcoming collections, all of which align to her original mission of “creating good products that help feed the world.”

FEED creates “good products that help feed the world.”

To date, FEED has provided more than 75 million meals globally through the United Nations World Food Programme and Feeding America. The company has also supported nutrition programs both at home and abroad, helping administer over 3.5 million children with Vitamin A supplements through UNICEF.

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