Bionda Castana, the name behind those lace-up shoes you have spied on the toes of everyone from Kiera Knightley to Taylor Swift, have joined forces with African HIV prevention charity, Mothers 2 Mothers for a very worthy cause.
The collection, aptly named Walk in Their Shoes, is true to the classic Bionda Castana style. But designers Natalia Barbieri and Jennifer Portman have updated their trademark with traditional African prints for this one-off collaboration.
Mothers 2 Mothers has previously worked with Victoria Beckham and Candice Swanepoel in their battle to help prevent and eliminate paediatric AIDS. The collection is priced between £375 and £385 with £80 from each sale going directly to the M2M charity to help HIV-positive women through their pregnancies and first six months of motherhood.
If you ever needed a great excuse to treat yourself to a pair of shoes, then this is it. The collection is available now, sold exclusively through the Bionda Castana website.
Words: Roberta HollisMore