This Fall, Fight Childhood Hunger With New Finds From FEED

  As the fall whirl ensues, we usher in back-to-school season and begin preparations for upcoming holidays. It’s easy to forget, among all this activity and anticipation, that so many children simply hope to look forward to their next meal.  

  Founded by Lauren Bush Lauren in 2007, FEED allows shoppers, through signature products, the opportunity to join the fight against childhood hunger. As the brand’s mission statement reads, “When a child is given a free, nutritious school lunch, it can break the cycle of poverty she was born into and empower her to change her own life.” Whether totes or aprons or tees, each FEED product is stamped with the number of meals or micronutrient packets provided with its purchase. Fans since the project’s inception, we at DFW Style Daily admire both the spirit and signature style of FEED. It represents fashion meeting philanthropy in the very best way. Right now, there’s no better time to take a peek at new FEED products and plan ahead for giving – and giving back.  

Among new arrivals, we’re crushing on FEED’s Liberty Floral Collection, created in collaboration with legendary London design house Liberty Art Fabrics. The Liberty Floral Go-To bag is our everyday, everywhere choice this fall. At $69, it provides 40 school meals for children around the world. When gifting, consider the Liberty Floral Diaper Bag for a busy mom in your life.  

The classic FEED 1 bag has also been reinvented in indigo, part of this year’s FEED Supper initiative. Pick one to keep and one to give, because at $80, it provides a generous 185 meals. In an array of fresh colors like avocado and raspberry, the $18 FEED 5 Bracelet is another ideal gift. Not to mention, backpacks, wine sacks, and even trick-or-treat bags! We could go on, but better you visit and explore all the news, products, and projects for yourself. Here’s to a happy and healthy fall, for all.    

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