H&M Supports UNICEF and You Can Do, Too!
The collection is like an adventure into the woods! The results are perfect for autumn play, like the padded down gilet that comes with a reflective feather print, the terry sweatshirt with bat wings that glow in the dark and a jacquard-knit poncho with a fancy owl.
Functionality is important as well, as seen in the coated cotton parka with a pile lining, thermal under layers to help keep kids warm as the temperature drops and a reversible blazer with a reflective insect print. Accessories help create a total fantasy world, from gorilla gloves and beetle bags to a raccoon’s tail. Babies can also join in the fun with designs including digital-print bodies and hats with ears.
The activwear-inspired collection for kid’s of all ages is now available in selected stores worldwide, as well as online. 25% oft the sales price will support UNICEF to help the most vulnerable children to have a better world with through education.
So take the chance to make a personal contribution and help UNICEF give children a better start in life through early education and development!
H&M launched the All for Children initiative with UNICEF in 2009 with a $4.5 million donation to help children in some of the world’s poorest communities. Initially concentrating on southern India and Bangladesh.
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Text by Claudia Antonia Merkle