Tamara Mellon's handprint bag supports sex trafficking awareness drive
Tamara Mellon is best known for her association for everyone's favourite shoe and bag brand Jimmy Choo, but she's also got a social conscience, as demonstrated by her dedication to charities such as the little-known ECPAT, which works to protect children from sex trafficking and other forms of abuse across the globe. She's designed a tote called the 'STOP' bag, which will raise money for the charity's Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People (SST) campaign.
The tote bag, which you can pick up at branches of The Body Shop, is decorated with hand prints taken from a host of celebs, including Nicole Kidman, Joanna Lumley, Jamie Oliver and Mark Ronson. On sale at just £4,
Tamara Mellon commented: "I am thrilled to have worked with The Body Shop to design The STOP bag and raise awareness of the SST campaign. I feel very strongly about prohibiting sex trafficking and knowing that the profits will help to end this modern day slavery and safeguard children makes the project even more worthwhile."
£4 at The Body Shop