Gabriela Hearst and global luxury site NET-A-PORTER are partnering up to launch an exclusive joint initiative to benefit the charitable organisation — Save The Children.
Running for two weeks only (from 29 June to 13 July), this initiative involves the donation of 10% of sales proceeds from Hearst’s bags on NET-A-PORTER to aid Save The Children’s COVID-19 relief efforts, with a matching donation from Gabriela Hearst herself.
This coincides with the latest launch of the Gabriela Hearst Baez bag, that features a dumpling-like silhouette similar to the luxury label’s iconic Nina. The Baez also comes with a marble twist-lock clasp and opens to reveal a roomy interior.
Top to bottom: Gabriela Hearst Diana Bag ($3,066), Gabriela Hearst Demi Bag ($2,718).
Fans of Hearst’s minimalist yet instantly recognisable It bags can also shop her other styles, such as the accordion-esque Diana and the tiny Demi, to participate and support the initiative as well.
Fashion designer Gabriela Hearst.
Addressing this initiative, founder of the eponymous label, Gabriela Hearst says, “The only way to navigate through a Covid-19 post-world is with values, purpose and substance. Any company or individual in the position to help has the duty to do so.”
Global Buying Director of NET-A-PORTER, Elizabeth von der Goltz.
Global Buying Director of NET-A-PORTER — Elizabeth von der Goltz, leaves us with her parting words, “We are honoured to be partnering with Gabriela Hearst on our next initiative together, donating to Save the Children’s global relief effort, with funds helping to keep children around the world healthy, educated and protected during this uncertain time. This June will be the third time we are bringing Gabriela’s most sought-after bags to the NET-A-PORTER customer, including the launch of Baez which we predict will be the ultimate investment style for years to come.”
The NET-a-PORTER and Gabriela Hearst Save The Children initiative is running from now till 13 July.
The photos featured in this article is courtesy The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), The Guardian, and Save the Children.