Lanvin Supports Dessine L’Espoir

New limited edition doll collection to raise money for charity
Saturday , 10 September 2011
Lanvin's doll
© Lanvin Figurines' Collection
Lanvin's doll
A women from Dessine L’Espoir working on one of the dolls
© a woman working on a figurine
A women from Dessine L’Espoir working on one of the dolls
Lanvin's doll
© Lanvin Figurines' Collection
Lanvin's doll

Lanvin is the latest fashion design house to land a helping hand to charity. Dessine L’Espoir is a Swaziland organisation that helps women who are diagnosed with HIV to raise money for treatment and to enhance their quality of patient's lives. In the latest campaign initiative, Lanvin has designed a set of four limited edition soft figurines to mark the launch of its girls wear collection and to raise money for Dessine L’Espoir.

Each figurine is delightfully pretty and dressed in miniature Lanvin outfits. Aww. The minature clothes were hand-embroidered and stitched by a group of women in the Dessine L’Espoir organisation. The cute-as-can-be soft figurines are the perfect gift for fashion lover's and a collector's item.

The dolls will be on sale in November in all Lanvin boutiques and retail outlets that carry the Lanvin Petite line.

INFO: The dolls cost Dhs1270 each and a percentage of the sales will be donated to Dessine L’Espoir. Visit Lanvin in Dubai Mall, or phone 04 330 8008.