No single act is too small to make a difference, but if you’ve wanted to make a grand gesture (and get a beaded bag out of it), now’s your chance. FEED Projects, the company that buys meals for hungry schoolchildren worldwide with proceeds from its stylish carryalls, has introduced its first-ever clutch. A collaboration with luxury designer Judith Leiber—nearly every U.S. First Lady dating back to 1953 has carried a custom-made bag to the presidential inauguration—the FEED 1000 Clutch may look totally glam, but it has a very down-to-earth cause. For each bag purchased, FEED will provide 1,000 school meals for children through the UN World Food Programme’s School Meals initiative—the label’s largest donation through a single product ever!
FEED x JUDITH LIEBER
The clutch comes in either silver or gold, with the FEED 1000 logo on the back and an intricate beaded panel in front. Both styles are made in Italy from shimmery metallic linen and come with long brass-chain straps, just in case you get tired of holding it at a party.
The clutch comes with long brass-chain straps, just in case you get tired of holding it at a party.
The FEED 1000 Clutch is available now at Bergdorf Goodman’s Judith Leiber boutique and on the Bergdorf Goodman website.