zaha hadid designs peekaboo bag for FENDI charity zaha hadid designs peekaboo bag for FENDI charity
may 04, 2014

zaha hadid designs peekaboo bag for FENDI charity

 
to celebrate the opening of their bond street store in london, FENDI has collaborated with ten renowned international women to design a line of exclusive handbags. designed by stars from adele to zaha hadid, the ‘peekaboo’ bag ranges in colors and materials that show off the versatility of their bespoke line started in 2009. the collection was created to raise money for the kids company with proceeds from the may 30, 2014 sotheby’s auction.   see the whole series below.

zaha hadid peekaboo bag for fendi and kids charity
(left): the geometric silhouette of the bag by zaha hadid breaks away from her archetypal curves with a sophisticated form that promotes organization
(right): promoting human equality the image of africa and the words ‘truth love freedom’ are silk-screened onto the purse by naomie harris

fendi peekaboo bag kids charity
(left): tanya ling hand paints the blue designs onto off-white leather
(right): kate adie lines a pink leather reporter-style bag with a colorful camo print

fendi peekaboo bag kids charity
(left): adele’s signature look adorns this selleria romano leather accessory in bordeaux, pink and red
(right): bright red bag in croco pattern for jerry hall reflects chinese culture

fendi peekaboo bag kids charity
(left): georgia may jagger, daughter of jerry hall and mick jagger, explores her love of photography with this selfie that graces the front of this large silk-screened ‘peekaboo’ finished in sequins
(right): embroidered poetry and watercolors define the look of artist tracy emin’s design

gwyneth paltrow, cara delevigne, zaha hadid peekaboo bag for fendi and kids charity
(left): white croco leather details reflect the elegance of gwyneth paltrow
(right): cara delevigne embraces the superwoman in her handbag

 

 

 

about kids company: founded by camila batmanghelidjh in 1996 to provide practical, emotional and educational support and services to at-risk london and bristol youth. the organization provides a safe, caring, family environment where individuals are supported according to their specific needs, with the goal of empowering clients and helping them achieve goals and be successful, independent individuals. the charity operates through 10  centres and in over 40 schools across the british cities.

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