London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 09, 2007 -- For more than forty years, childrenâs fashion brand Vertbaudet has produced fun, practical and stylish childrenâs clothes. Now the new collection created for UNICEF by designer Valeria Attinelli has a strong message: Support the rights of the child.
Vertbaudet has pledged to donate Â£1 from every item purchased from the collection to UNICEF.
Valeria Attinelli, a fashion designer who specialises in clothes for children, has created a fun, cheerful and carefree collection, which symbolises what childhood should be like for all children.
The Blabla doll (retailing at Â£10), is the new symbol of UNICEF.
The Fairy Wings (Â£9), the Venus Dress (Â£25) and a collection of various t-shirts, from only Â£10. These are printed with positive slogans highlighting the message from UNICEF, including: âBeing a child is importantâ, âThe world is in my handsâ, âI am a fairyââ¦
These products have been created âto put a smile on everyoneâs face and make children happyâ, reports Valeria Attinelli.
Original and imaginative, this new childrenâs fashion collection uses bright and inventive textures as well as modern and cheerful colours. Overall the clothes convey a spirit of optimism.
âI have been inspired by the world of children itself, this imaginary world. I wanted to transmit a message and remind all of us that children are the adults of tomorrow and so that the hope of a bright future is in their hands.â continues Valeria.
The Blabla Doll has already collected more than â¬80,000 in France. This equates to vaccines for 4,000 children worldwide. This will help to protect 2 million children worldwide that face fatal illnesses.
Vertbaudet UK home shoppers are now also helping to collect money to finance the main objectives of the UNICEF: â¢ To educate girls â¢ To stop child labour and child prostitution â¢ To stop the involvement of children in conflict â¢ To vaccinate children worldwide and reduce the rate of at which children fall victim to HIV, tuberculosis, measles and other main childhood diseases.
All the items from the UNICEF-Vertbaudet childrenâs fashion collection can be found in the Vertbaudet fashion catalogue or from their official website: http://www.vertbaudet.co.uk
Vertbaudet online customers will navigate through interactive pages specially designed to make their online shopping experience as easy as possible and fun.
A couple of clicks is all that you need to purchase on http://www.vertbaudet.co.uk and help UNICEF in its aim of protecting children of the world.
With Vertbaudet shop happily, shop intelligently!