The limited edition collection features a range of backpack designs.

On our minds is the recently announced get-together between Eastpak and Jean-Paul Gaultier for Designers Against AIDS. The limited edition collection features a range of backpack designs sold with part proceeds going to the Designers Against AIDS foundation with the aim of boosting awareness of HIV and AIDS. Even though charitable fashion activities are more often than not loosely connected to the issue of fashion and sustainability we do appreciate the power that credible designers have to raise money for important causes and we do quite fancy these backpacks. Read more here. /Ada Källgren

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