Micheal Kors and Kate Hudson have designed two limited-edition styles of the Bradshaw watch, set to hit shelves in October
Kate Hudson and designer, Michael Kors, have joined forces to combat world hunger as part of his ongoing Watch Hunger Stop campaign.
The 55-year-old designer, who was recently named a UN World Food Programme (WFP) Global Ambassador, launched the Watch Hunger Stop initiative in 2013 with two unisex watches.
Kate and Michael can be seen modeling the Bradshaw 100 watches in the first image from the campaign, which was released on Wednesday.
Kate wore a gold version of the watch, posed hugging Michael from behind. Her beach waves are left loose and flowing down her shoulders, while she dons a simple white knit top. Meanwhile, Michael is wearing a navy blue suit and his trademark sunglasses.
For every watch that is sold, 100 children are fed through the initiative. In the past two years, he has helped raise funds to provide more than 10 million meal to kids through WFP’s School Meals Programme.
the 36-year-old actress, Kate, will help Michael launch and promote two limited-edition styles of the designer's Bradshaw watch which kicks off in October.