Fashion with a Heart: Rebecca Minkoff DENIM & No Kid Hungry

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There are over 16 million children that struggle with hunger in the United States. Moved by this staggering statistic, apparel designer Rebecca Minkoff has partnered with Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry Campaign to help end childhood hunger in America.

Minkoff's love for denim, shared by her customer base, led her to designing and offering premium designer denim at a competitive price, without compromising on superior quality materials and washes.

How it works: Each pair of DENIM sold triggers a donation to No Kid Hungry, connecting a child in need with up to 20 meals, such as school breakfast and summer meals. Share Our Strength puts your contribution toward funding food, supplies, and technical assistance to local organizations that reach hungry children.

Utilizing top denim mills, Rebecca Minkoff DENIM is made in the heart of downtown Los Angeles with locally sourced power-stretch fabrics. To avoid middle-man costs and ensure the greatest donation reaches the kids in need, this denim line utilizing a direct-to-consumer sales model, so be sure to check them out on RebeccaMinkoff.com and at Rebecca Minkoff locations.

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The denim line lends homage to her signature playful and subtly edgy designs, and all styles are named after streets of New York City:  Jane  Skinny Jean, Bleecker Skinny Jean, Mercer Boyfriend Jean, Perry Short, and Crosby Short, which of course we love! Which is your favorite?

1. Jane Skinny Jean in White / 2. Perry Shorts / 3. Jane Skinny in Dark Grey  / 4. Jane Skinny in Medium Blue  / 5. Mercer Boyfriend / 6.Jane Skinny in Blue / 7. Crosby Boyfriend Shorts / 8. Bleecker Skinny