Cressida Bonas, Donna Air and Millie Mackintosh were just some of the fashionistas showing their support for Anti-Slavery Day last weekend. The stylish stars were all spotted wearing Beulah London's chic 'Scarf for Love', created as part of the label's work with the Blue Heart Campaign.
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Cressida Bonas wearing Beulah London's 'Scarf for Love'
Princess Eugenie, Katherine Jenkins, Louise Roe, Kirsty Gallagher and Livia Firth were just some of the famous faces who were spotted raising awareness for the charitable cause, sharing selfies of themselves in the stylish accessory on Instagram.
Beulah London, which also counts the Duchess of Cambridge as a fan of its designs, created the scarf as part of the United Nations Blue Heart Campaign, which aims to raise awareness of human trafficking, allows people to show solidarity with victims by wearing the Blue Heart. The charity also includes an initiative to fight human trafficking and inspire action to put an end to this crime.
Princess Eugenie was also spotted wearing the chic scarf
"Beulah London is a global, luxury womenswear brand, based on British design, heritage and the empowerment of women," said the label's founder Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs. "We are not just a brand, but a movement inspiring change, working with dignity and purpose to drive social change and using business as a force for good."
The full collection is available at Beulah London stores or online at beulahlondon.com. For more information about the Blue Heart Campaign head to unodc.org/blueheart/en/about.html.