ActionAid and Students Partnership to benefit from sale

Fashion statement ActionAid and Students Partnership Worldwide will benefit from the sale of handbags made from bottle tops in East Africa.

The bags, lined with Congo leather, will be sold in Mulberry stores for £99. The bag, pictured above, is modelled by Jinka, who is Nigerian and HIV-positive. The bags were first spotted by Cameron Saul, son of Mulberry chairman Roger Saul, when volunteering with Students Partnership Worldwide and teaching Aids awareness in a remote school in Uganda. Photographer David Bailey will photograph celebrities with the bag to promote the campaign.

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