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- Lauren Bush Lauren, Founder FEED Projects and Rachel Roy, Designer
- Kelci Nienhuis, Social Media Associate at Attention
- Kristin Theiss, Sr. Account Executive, Rachel Roy
- Shade Akanbi, Handbag Designer, STEVEN by Steve Madden
- Katy Lee, VP Sales and Logistics, FEED
- Yannay Cruz, guest
- Andie Lipton, Creative Director at the Jones Group
- Melissa Crossley, Sales and Operations Associate at FEED
- DJ Vida, DJ
We can always get on board partying for a good cause, so when Rachel Roy and Lauren Bush Lauren invited us to fête the launch of their FEED India bag collaboration, we were happy to oblige. First things first: The tote comes in orange or white and is features an ornate heart print and tasseled strap. Each bag purchased for $78 will provide 100 school meals to children in India. Shop 'em here.
At for the event itself, which was in the Rachel Roy boutique at Bloomingdale's, there was reason to think about FEED-ing, so we asked guests, "If you were only allowed to eat the same dish at every meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?" —Jihan Forbes
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