Lauren Bush was recently promoting her eye-catching and roomy red and white FEED Project bags at the Bloomingdale’s 59th Street store to support the Clarins FEED 25 bag promotion at their beauty counter on November 17, 2011 in New York City.
As Co-founder and CEO of the FEED project, Lauren Bush, produces some very colorful and crafty bags for women to sport while giving to a cause worthy of a collaboration with UNICEF’s Next Generation.
In fact, the striped pink FEED bag, which Lauren wore to the promotion of UNICEF’s Next Generation, is very Central American folk art looking (like those striped Guatemalan hooded shirts with deep front pockets favored by surfers!) and comes in colorful yellow, green, red, blue and multi combinations.
Recently married to’s son David Lauren – thus technically making her “Lauren Lauren” – the diligent fund-raiser has been photographed carrying these multi-purpose carry-all bags of hers with a clear message: FEED.
The FEED bags are also available in a simple clutch, as worn by Sharon Bush to the Evening With Ralph Lauren hosted byat the Lincoln Center in New York on 24 October.
Three days later, Lauren Bush attended the UNICEF Masquerade Ball, sporting a very appropriate Jack-o-lantern FEED bag, complementing her navy blue halter-neck gown, which she also wore to the Fashion Group International’s 28th Annual Night of Stars at the Cipriani Wall Street on the same night!
But back to the FEED project by Lauren Bush, in addition to the FEED bags, they also offer T-shirts, bears and other accessories that raise money for what the word indicates, feed, people around the world.
Take a look at my slideshow of Lauren Bush and others sporting their FEED bags and thanks for looking…