Designers and UNICEF ,together for children’s benefit

The project «Frimousses de Créateurs», established by the United Nations Children’s Fund , has for 11 years held an auction to help the children of Darfur ,a region in western Sudan . Only last year, the organizers of the project managed to collect nearly 200,000 euros to vaccinate more than 300,000 children and so giving them a chance to live. This year, UNICEF hopes to break the record .

For the annually auction eleven most famous designers , jewelers and artists create a small doll.This year took part in the project,Jean-Paul Gaultier , Chantal Thomas and Lorenz Baumer , and some great fashion houses from around the world : Lanvin, Dior, Chanel, Gucci and Louis Vuitton.

The dolls are a work of applied art, a sample of taste and skill, where every detail is thought out : The Prada doll seems to come directly from the autumn/winter show , the Chanel doll dressed with a mini skirt and a jacket that flaunts a small emerald brooch , and the Dolce & Gabbana’s doll is adorned with a Byzantine crown and a red lace dress.

All of these dolls will be sold at auction on December 2 in Paris Four Seasons Hotel George V, and from November 26 to December 1 , anyone can admire the creations that will be on display at the Petit Palais.

Lanvin doll for UNICEF

Lanvin doll for UNICEF

Missoni doll for UNICEF

Missoni doll for UNICEF

Prada doll for UNICEF

Prada doll for UNICEF

Emilio Pucci by Peter Dundas doll for UNICEF

Emilio Pucci by Peter Dundas doll for UNICEF

Jitrois doll for UNICEF

Jitrois doll for UNICEF

Chanel doll for UNICEF

Chanel doll for UNICEF

Chantal Thomass doll for UNICEF

Chantal Thomass doll for UNICEF

Dior doll for UNICEF

Dior doll for UNICEF

Dolce & Gabbana doll for UNICEF

Dolce & Gabbana doll for UNICEF

Elie Saab doll for UNICEF

Elie Saab doll for UNICEF

Gucci doll for UNICEF

Gucci doll for UNICEF

Jean-Paul Gaultier doll for UNICEF

Jean-Paul Gaultier doll for UNICEF

 

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