FEED Projects

FEED Projects Previews Luxury "Heritage" Collection at NY Fashion Week

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…

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FEED's "Sandy Relief" Hoodie, Bag Will Feed 25 New Yorkers in Need

FEED Projects’ latest collection hits close to home. Made in New York City, where the social enterprise is based, the “FEED NYC for Sandy Relief” collection benefits…

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FEED, DKNY Collaborate on "Survival" Collection to Fight Global Hunger

FEED THE WORLD A blend of FEED’s utilitarian aesthetic and DKNY’s urban-chic edge, the lineup features washed canvases, nylon, grommets, and more black than you can shake a…

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Best Charity Collaboration Ever: TOMS x FEED Shoes for Women, Toddlers

Double your pleasure? TOMS’s latest shoe is so nice, it gives back twice. A collaboration with FEED Projects, the FEED 12 alpargata doesn’t just provide a new pair of shoes…

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Judith Lieber's Beaded FEED Clutch Provides 1,000 Meals to Hungry Schoolkids

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…

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Buy FEED's Organic Cotton Bag, Support Disaster Relief Efforts in Japan

FEED Projects has benevolence in the bag once again. Although the 8.9 Richter scale earthquake—and ensuing tsunami—that struck Japan has left all of humanity feeling devastated in…

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Buy the FEED 2 Bonobos Pant, Feed Two Schoolchildren for a Year

What does a randy, endangered ape have to do with do-gooding? Plenty it seems. The men’s tailoring experts at Bonobos have hooked up with FEED Projects, the social enterprise…

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FEED Projects, Gap Launch FEED U.S.A. Bags to Nourish America's Kids

FEED Projects is better known for feeding the world’s hungry children, but its latest endeavor casts a gimlet eye at a food system much closer to home. Meet FEED U.S.A., a new…

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Can Conscious Consumerism Really Save the World?

I helped start FEED Projects in 2006 as an “accidental” business. FEED’s true mission was to sell the FEED 1 bag, which feeds one child in school for one year through…

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