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Fashion Meets Purpose With This Stylish Rebecca Minkoff Collaboration

Rebecca Minkoff Clutch

* Provides meals to children around the world
* Hand-stitched by artisans in India
* Limited-edition collaboration

Every so often you come across a purse that’s so stylish, so practical and so you, that you’d feel incomplete without it. Well ladies, you’re in luck. Only this time, your new favorite accessory is also making a positive impact in the world. Introducing the Rebecca Minkoff x FEED Woven Foldover Clutch.

Fashion meets purpose with this one-of-a-kind accessory. With every purchase of this limited-edition clutch, FEED will provide 37 school meals to impoverished children around the world. In addition to providing nutritious meals and micronutrient packets, you’ll also help artisans support their families and invest in their future.

Rebecca Minkoff Clutch

This colorful clutch is as luxe as it is impactful. It delivers fashion-forward edge and features a gorgeous pop of neon yellow, mixed in with black and white that compliments any outfit or occasion. Easily switch up your bag’s style by folding down the pebbled leather flap. The beautiful embroidery is elegantly hand-stitched by artisans in India and includes a main zipper closure, one interior slip pocket and silver hardware.

The decorative woven tassel gives it the right amount of fun and flair to make this bag with a social mission a must-have item in your closet. These bags are selling out fast; don’t miss an opportunity to help spread the word on an important cause and look great doing it.

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