Scarf: Philip Armstrong for Kellogg’s (gifted) Top: Katherine Hamnett Earrings: Freddie&Cinnamon
Location: London, UK
A beautiful scarf, indeed. But the reason why one should wear it is even more beautiful. Purchasing this limited edition Phillip Armstrong for Kellogg’s silk scarf equals to contributing to a good cause. The money goes to FareShare, which is a charity that hopes to put food waste and hunger in the UK to an end.
This might sound like something you probably heard before a number of times, but allow me to put this picture in front of you: a person wakes up, feels cold, hasn’t eaten for a few days, no one looks at him or her as his or her poverty and vulnerability slows them down and annoys them. The money for the scarf equals to buying that person breakfast, lunch or diner. Often that person is a child.
Hopefully the sight of cupcakes makes this limited edition scarf look all the more alluring; that was the intention after all.