December 7, 2013

Amanda Navai Bags to benefit hunger in Syria

Sometimes Fashion designers design collections for great causes that make you feel good about owning them! Amanda Navai, the pioneer of genuine python bags, is the latest of those designers.

She has recently joined forces with the World Food Program to bring us four limited edition handbags that are sure to make a bold statement. Only 16 of these exclusive handbags will be sold with each style in red, purple, metallic navy and metallic blue. The styles were named after four of Dubai's most fashion savvy career women who provided the inspiration for the designs: 

The Louise Bag named after Harper's Bazaar Editor in Chief Louise Nichol

The Diala Bag named after TV Presenter Diala Makki

The Rosemin Bag named after Fashion Consultant Rosemin Manji 

The Alanoud Bag after Blogger and designer Alanoud Bader (aka Lady Fozaza)

Not only are these bags truly arm candy and very covetable but all profits will go towards feeding malnourished children in Syria. The sale of these 16 bags will allow 20,000 people to be fed through the World Food Program. I'd say that's a VERY worthy cause!

These exclusive bags will be sold at Bloomingdales, Dubai Mall starting December 8th. 
Call 04-350 5333 to pre-order your bag 
There are ONLY 16 bags so hurry! 

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