How does the sound of owning a Gabriela Hearst iconic 'Nina' 'Ella' and 'Billie' handbag, coveted by the likes of Emma Watson, Brie Larson, Dakota Fanning, sound to you?
Well, from 1-8 October, you'll finally be able to get your mitts on a wide range of the fashion designer's celeb-favourite handbags, and help raise money for charity Save The Children in the process.
As many a fashion aficionado will know, Hearst's handbags are currently sold via a lengthy waiting list that averages a reported 1,500 names (*sigh*) and have been sported on the arms of Mira Duma and Lauren Hutton in recent years.
Now, the designer has partnered up with Net-A-Porter and Bergdof Goodman, enabling the public to buy the bags for the first time and we for one couldn't be more thrilled.
Seriously, the chance to own anything from one of Emma Watson's favourite fashion designers is a rare opportunity, my friends.
The collection ranges from £1,480 to £12,000 and is available in Nappa, Calf, Suede, Snake, and Croc skins.
Hearst hopes the collaboration will raise awareness to the ongoing hunger crisis and impending famine in Kenya. She has also pledged approximately £447,000 to the charity to help relief efforts.
A press release announcing the news epxlains that the designer's generation donation will provide cash grants of around £40 per month to more than 1,0000 families in the Turkana region, in the hope the money will give them the ability to purchase life-sustaining food, livestock and clean water during the harvest drought.
'Currently, 1 in 8 children under 5 years old in parts of the region now suffers from severe acute malnutrition and is at risk of dying from drought-related hunger,' says Hearst.
'We can't continue to think that starvation is a problem of past generations or our parent's global problem, this is real and happening right now in front of us. It is time to act as humane global citizens and make this aid immediately available.'
Fashion. Action. Donation.