Photo: Bobby Doherty
Cosmetics company Clarins partnered with FEED Projects earlier this summer to create the Clarins FEED 15 pouch. Now with their second collaboration, the brand has made it a family affair, bringing in Claire Courtin-Clarins, granddaughter of Clarins founder Jacques Courtin-Clarins, to design the latest bag -- which is made from hand-loomed Guatemalan textiles. The kit contains three Clarins best-sellers (Beauty Flash Balm, Instant Smooth Line Correcting Concentrate Pen and Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector), and provides 10 school meals through the United Nations World Food Programme.
The limited-edition Clarins FEED 'Good with Purchase' Set retails for $60 at nordstrom.com
Claire Courtin-Clarins with her FEED bag during New York Fashion Week