Tamara Mellon has designed a bag to raise money for charity.
The founder and chief creative officer of Jimmy Choo has created the limited edition STOP bag - featuring handprints from Nicole Kidman, Jamie Oliver, Mark Ronson, Mira Sorvino, Joanna Lumley and Piers Morgan - which will be sold through the Body Shop to raise funds for the Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People (SST) campaign.
Tamara said: "I am thrilled to have worked with The Body Shop to design The STOP bag and raise awareness of the Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People 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."
Profits from the sale of the bag will go to the SST campaign and ECPAT international.
Tamara recently declared that "innovation" is the key to making Jimmy Choo successful and says she loves working on new projects.
She said: "Keeping innovation and energy flowing it key. I dreamed of creating the perfect luxury accessory house, one that captures the hearts of women around the world.
"Even now with everything that we have accomplished we are far from resting on our laurels, what excites me most is the thrill of the next project, the next idea.
"While I am enormously proud of our brand's heritage, I know the best is yet to come."
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