White Halter Top & Long Wrap Skirt in Poppy by Nomia NYC/ Bag by Louis Vuitton / Shoes by Jeffrey Campbell
Last week, I was cordially invited to a lovely dinner in Brooklyn for Target’s collaboration with FEED USA. “FEED USA is a new campaign to improve school food all across America as well as a new brand of FEED products. The charitable company FEED Projects and the non-profit FEED Foundation, have been working together for 3 years to sell good products that FEED the world and improve the global food system.”
Kilo Kish, Guest, Elle Clay & Brandee Brown
The dress code for the evening was RED!
FEED Projects is an organization which was started by Lauren Bush, daughter of Jeb Bush. She gave an incredible speech the night of the dinner about the new FEED USA campaign and it inspired me to go and buy as many products in the pop-up-shop that I could. Each item sold accounts for a certain number of meals that will be supplied to American children and families in need.
Mr. Mickey & Moi!
This cause struck a very personal chord with me. As a kid, I can remember when times got hard on our family. My mother and father worked very hard, but sometimes making ends meet with 3 children was tough and we’d have to go to food banks from time to time. Target debuted a video where Lauren Bush went all over the country and talked to people that the food initiative would directly help, and they were people like my parents…families and people who weren’t asking for a handout, but a helping hand.
Me, Greg Cunningham & Marvet Britto
Buy something, spread the word and help fight hunger in America!