H&M's Charitable Collection For UNICEF Is Stocked With Trendy Pieces
Get ready to squeeze into your kids' clothes — all for a good cause! Next month H&M will introduce a collection of tot-sized pieces that will benefit UNICEF's All For Children initiative. The contemporary collection of pieces for babies through kids wear size 8, takes its cues from classic children's styles, including boys and girls pieces in Fall's muted nude, mole, and coral tones. The on-trend designs will not only appeal to tots, but to their mamas too.
From sailor-striped tops to retro-inspired sweaters and dresses, the collection is based on an original children's book illustrated just for H&M. Moritz! is a text-less picture book featuring a lamb, a mouse, and a kitten in various situations. The characters' clothes and the book itself are all included in the All For Children collection.
Twenty-five percent of the sale of each garment will go directly to the charitable program that benefits families in the world's poorest communities, including those that help make the discount department store's clothes. Keep reading for a sneak peek at the collection, and visit H&M's site for more details about the initiative.