MICHAEL KORS launches a collection of watches that supports the WFP

by TEAM PARIS SOCIAL DIARY, photography by courtesy of MICHAEL KORS | 16 October, 2017

Global hunger is a severe problem in the world, that’s why today we celebrate the WORLD FOOD DAY, and there’s no better reward than fashion.

Kate Hudson partnered with MICHAEL KORS to support the World Food Programme to fight global hunger. The name of the campaign is WATCH HUNGER STOP and, thus far, helped the WFP to deliver more than 15 million meals to children in need. Kate and the WFP traveled to Cambodia and visited many schools, houses and farms asking questions and sharing her good vibes. 

Since the beginning of the campaign, special edition watches have been the key to support the World Food Programme. For every watch sold, 100 meals are donated to the WFP. This year, a special edition of the recently launched Michael Kors Access Sofie smartwatch.

With a sleek and lightweight frame, the Watch Hunger Stop Sofie includes the latest version of the Michael Kors Access App that allows the user to link his or her Facebook account to the watch and use any post photo as a watch face. It is powered by Android Wear 2.0 and ships with a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100. Furthermore, its compatible with both iOS and Android phones.

Another stylish way to contribute with children in need is buying a pair of black and cobalt blue Lon sunglasses. With a classic design and featuring flat mirrored lenses, Watch Hunger Stop Lon sunglasses are available in sizes for both men and women and contribute to the cause by giving 100 meals for every pair sold.