Category Archives: NON-PROFIT
Faberge eggs in London by DVF, Ridley Scott, Tommy Hilfiger, Chapman Brothers, Zaha Hadid,Nicky Hasslam, Marc Quin etc, April 3rd,Leave a comment
The ‘Faberge Egg Hunt’ was over yesterday- a city-wide art exhibit showcased on London city streets. Designers, artists, architects and jewelers have all come together to create the custom art pieces that have been scattered throughout the city as part of an interactive egg hunt.
The ‘Faberge Egg Hunt’ features over 200 custom-designed eggs. Londoners have been invited to search for the eggs before they are auctioned off with proceeds going to charity.
These pieces aim to raise funds for the endangered Asian elephant, aiding the Action for Children and Elephant Family organization. As of 5th April you can see all the eggs at a venue to be announced on the internet site below. You can also win an egg by sending a text message- for all this info and more check out the site : http://www.thebigegghunt.co.uk/home
Thakoon is raising money to donate to children in Africa. Widespread drought and limited food supply are threatening the lives of children and their families in Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya and Djibouti. All the proceeds of the sales of limited edition Thakoon scarves will go to an international children’s relief organisation working in Africa. The Masai Scarf is priced at $250 and is available online at www.thakoon.com
Leila Antakly is working with Aziza´s Place in Cambodia a grassroots home and learning center for 21 impoverished children who come from the municipal dumpsite and city slums, after spending 4 months volunteering there and teaching English. Aziza´s Place opens the doors for these children and their families with a combination of holisitc programs focused on education, healthy lifestyles, community involvement and the visual arts.
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and here is a link to her students film that she mentored while in cambodia
Event… Selfridges teams up with Project Ocean -bringing ocean issues to the masses and raises money for conservation projectsLeave a comment
The ocean is under threat from over-fishing and poor fishing practices. Selfridges is partnering with more than 20 environmental groups to celebrate the beauty of the ocean.. The brainchild of Selfridges’ Creative Director Alannah Weston this project is getting just the right attention and raising awareness about a very serious issue that is overlooked by many. There will be activities for everyone and a very rich program. the Groundfloor and Ultralounge of the department store will be transformed, becoming a unique space to all oceans related issues. http://www.selfridges.com/en/StaticPage/ProjectOcean/#/
- Weekly series of talks and debates on ocean topics, featuring celebrities and experts from around the world.
- Ocean inspired fashion and accessories exhibition curated by renown fashion curator Judith Clark
- Screenings of oceans-related films
The exhibition showcases 26 Haute Couture and iconic sea-themed pieces from designers including Alexander McQueen, Hussein Chalayan, Gareth Pugh and Philip Treacy. Read more
Supporting…The Kageno Project…The House of Repossi and Anouk Lepere are determined to help the children of RwandaLeave a comment
Gaia Repossi and Anouk Lepere are working with the Kageno non-profit organisation to help the children of Rwanda. The organisation aims to implement sustainable development in Rwanda and in Kenya by building hospitals, orphanages and schools for the children of these regions. Bracelets, cuffs and armbands will be made of braided rope by Rwanda ladies and Gaia Repossi and the House of Repossi workshops will embellish these pieces with fine silver and gold chains as well as with small precious rings. Anouk will be the muse of this limited tribal and ethnic collection which you will be able to buy at Collette in Paris from June 2011. Retail prices from € 190 and 350. All profits will go to the Kageno organisation. It is beautiful how this project combines the heritage and skill of different cultures to help the less fortunate ones. African children and women are in dire need of help … the least you can do is buy these beautiful pieces and make a little bit of a difference. Read more