Following the hugely successful collaboration with Mulberry, Bottletop, one of the most forward thinking and exciting charities in the UK has collaborated with uber-cool clothing brand Fenchurch, to launch the Bottletop Fenchurch Bag.
This season’s bag has been manufactured in Brazil by a female based cooperative with a stylish, innovative design. Created entirely from recycled ringpulls, the cross body bag comes in 3 colourways, available exclusively from the Fenchurch store in Covent Garden, all of which are strictly limited availability.
Bags go on sale on Saturday 1st December, costing £49.99 for the silver and yellow colourways and £74.99 for the exclusive multi-coloured version with 100% of the profits going straight to Bottletop. Combining style and peace of mind, the bag is set to be this season’s ethical must-have.
The bag is Bottletop’s second co-lab release following their partnership with English fashion house Mulberry which raised in excess of £250,000 towards youth sexual health education projects across Africa and the UK.
Since Bottletop’s launch in 2002, the charity has gained support from leading recording artists such as Justin Timberlake and Dido and political figureheads such as Bill Clinton and Bob Geldof.
In this campaign, Bottletop has also joined forces with Mr Bongo Recordings, Europe’s leading importer of Latin American music, to produce the album ‘Sound Affects Brazil’. The double album features remixes from Fatboy Slim, Fink, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly and Tom Middleton amongst others. No artist or remixer has been paid for their input on this project. It has been made with love and good will, in the knowledge that it will make a real difference to the children who need it most.
To raise awareness of the Brazilian campaign, Bottletop will be launching both the Fenchurch bag and the ‘Sound Affects Brazil’ album at an exclusive party in one of London’s key Brazilian institutes, Guanabara, on Wednesday 21st November.
The Bottletop Fenchurch Bags will be available exclusively at the London Fenchurch store, Monmouth St, Covent Garden.
Click on to the Bottletop website for further info.