Thursday, September 8, 2011

Fashion For A Cause

Fashion for a cause is always something we like to hear about and support. It's been talked about for a little while, but the wait will soon come to an end. Next month H&M will introduce a children's collection with pieces that will help benefit UNICEF's All For Children iniative. H&M lauched All For Children in collaboration with UNICEF in hopes to help protect the rights of children in India. This intiative will bring light to the exploitation of these innocent children and hopefully improve their health care and education.

The fashion forward line will feature pieces for babies, toddlers and kids (up to size 8). All of the pieces were based on an original children's book illustrated just for H&M. The book, titled Moritz! is an adorable picture book with a mouse, kitten and lamb wearing clothing that are included in the line. Such a cute idea!

Even better, the line was made and meant to be versatile. All the pieces can be mixed and matched and worn throughout the fall season. Lots of cashmere was used to give our kids the comfort and warmth they need for when the colder weather drops in. Little ladies will look adorably fab in a range of dresses and skirts with floral prints and details, bow-tie decorations all in gorgeous fall colours like nude, mole and coral. And for all of the little men in your lives, they will look dashing in trendy hoodies, button up shirts, cardis and sweat pants. Pretty cool if you ask me.

So how will this collection actually help those children in India? Well H&M will give 25% from each piece directly to UNICEF's All For Children. Click here to read more about this fabulous and charitable collection.