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Versace Mother & Daughter Outfits Benefit Born Free Africa

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We can’t believe we just discovered these mommy & me outfits designed by Versace to benefit Born Free Africa, a nonprofit with the mission to end mother-to-child HIV transmission by 2015.  They hit ShopBop on April 23, 2014 but as of today, there is still availability in both women and child sizes.  Not only do we love the colors, print & overall design, we especially appreciate that 100% of the profits* will benefit Born Free! 

This slinky, curve-conforming woman's sleeveless sheath dress designed by Donatella Versace is patterned in an exclusive Born Free print, designed by Kenyan artist Wangechi Mutu. A black and white leopard inspired print on the back panel offers a bold finish with a hidden back zip.  The children's jersey tee comes in a coordinating pattern and is designed with a child appropriate crew neckline and short sleeves. Pair with these adorable Vera Wang Born Free print skirted leggings!

The Details

Born Free is a global initiative with a single goal: to end mother-to-child HIV transmission by Dec. 31, 2015. This exclusive collection was formed in collaboration with Shopbop, Vogue, and 22 top designers, and 100% of the profits* will benefit Born Free. The M•A•C AIDS Fund will match the total purchase price of all tickets sold for the Born Free Mother’s Day Family Carnival and the total purchase price of all products sold, up to $500,000.

Keep checking back for more mother daughter matching outfits from top designers to benefit Born Free!

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