Last month saw us join forces with a host of influential women at a special fundraising event for international charity, War Child. Guests supporting the London based charity, specialising in protecting children affected by war, included TV presenter Olivia Cox, model Charlotte De Carle and DJ Pips Taylor.
As part of the event, an exclusive Limited Edition Pegasus Mini Trunk Clutch was put up for auction to raise money for this worthy cause. With its hand embellished artwork of 23 carat gold dust and Swarovski detailing, this very special and luxurious accessory forms part of a recent collaboration with talented artists, Annie Newman and Emma Shipley.
Taking inspiration from Aspinal of London's iconic feather symbol, Emma Shipley first created a magical Pegasus figure, ethereal and resplendent in pearl white. Hand-drawn pearly constellations, planets, galaxies and shooting stars surround this mythological creature which has been digitally printed onto the iconic Aspinal of London Mini Trunk Clutch. Handmade from the finest smooth ivory Italian calf leather, Annie Newman has taken this iconic bag to the next level with her signature hand embellishment.
War Child is the only charity that specialises in supporting children affected by war. Highly committed to the protection of children, their programmes help those affected gain an education and enable young people to create opportunities for the years ahead, providing the best possible assistance in overcoming their traumatic experiences. War Child supports children and their families in the short-term, as well as setting them up for a better long-term future.
In support of this, Givergy have posted a link online where people can bid to win the Limited Edition Pegasus Mini Trunk Clutch. The highest bidder will be announced and awarded with the bag, with all proceeds going to War Child.