Enter an online auction for a chance to buy a one-off Lulu Guinness fan bag
This November, arm candy connoisseur Lulu Guinness has teamed up with artist of the moment, Rob Ryan, on an exciting one-off auction.
The pair have joined creative forces to produce an exclusive, limited-edition version of Lulu’s infamous fan bag.
First created in 1995, it’s graced the arms of Elle MacPherson and Sophie Dahl (to name but a few), and now Rob and Lulu have collaborated to create a brand new over-sized design.
The beautiful new clutch is a detailed, Swarovski crystal-encrusted illustration of two lovers under a London night sky, while the back is embroidered with one of his romantic poems. Enchanting!
It will be exhibited at his show, ‘The Stars Shine All Too’, from 1st - 20th November, and will be auctioned online at www.luluguinness.com throughout November – the perfect opportunity to snap up a fashion collectors’ item.
But the best part? All the proceeds raised from the online auction will be donated to ASAP –Africa Solutions to African Problems, a community-based organization of women caring for orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS.
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