Artistic Director Alber Elbaz of Lanvin has customized unique haute couture looks from the Lanvin for H&M collection. The looks were revealed at a fashion show in New York and are now being auctioned exclusively at H&M site. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to UNICEF, as part of H&M’s “All for Children” project.
Bid for Haute Couture looks customized from the Lanvin for H&M collection.
Don’t miss your chance to own a unique piece of the Haute Couture collection from Lanvin for H&M. Bidding closes at 11:59 PM CET on November 26th.
Five of Mr. Alber Elbaz’s original and signed sketches are also included in this auction.
Anna Dello Russo
About All for Children” Project
All for Children is a five-year initiative supported by a 4.5 million USD donation from H&M and run by UNICEF. The project started in 2009 and focuses on protecting the rights of children in cotton producing areas in the state of Tamil Nadu in southern India. The goal is to get children out of work and into school and improve access to health and nutrition care.
The ”All for Children” project will focus its efforts on the cotton producing districts of Salem and Dharmapuri, where around 1.2 million children live. The two districts have a history of child labour due to a variety of factors such as poverty, lack of education and low awareness of children’s rights.
To combat these problems and ensure long-lasting results, ”All for Children” will work with several important areas. For example, the project will give children access to quality education and health care, as well as create opportunities for families to secure incomes so that they can afford to let their children go to school instead of work. The project will also raise awareness of children’s right to be respected, to go to school and to good health.