Ivanka Trump has decided to add children’s wear to her range of ladies accessories by designing a range of clothing to raise awareness for a charity.
Ivanka Trump, 32 and mother of two, has joined forces with Born Free Africa in an attempt to raise awareness in the charity’s aim of eradicating the chances of a mother transmitting HIV to her baby. She has designed a range of children’s clothes called the Born Free Africa Collection.
She announced the new range by posting an image of one of her designs on Instagram. She captioned the photograph with the words, "Excited to share our @BornFreeAfrica collection designs available exclusively on @shopbop April 23. Stay tuned for more sneak peeks + updates!"
Other clothes designer mothers, including Donna Karan, Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham, have created a limited edition of mother and child garments and accessories, all of which will be made available to buy during April at the Shopbop website.The clothes will feature custom prints commissioned from the Kenyan artist, Wangechi Mutu, and all of the proceeds will be donated to those sub-Saharan countries most in need of Born Free Africa’s help.