Color us happy (and red), thanks to Umbra.
The contemporary home design company just announced an addition to their successful Little Black Dress family of jewelry organizers—Little Red Dress, designed by Umbra’s Director of Design, Matt Carr. Similar to its “big sisters,” Little Red Dress provides 39 clear pockets on the front, plus 24 hook and loop closures on the back, for storing everything from twinkling earrings to dangling bangles. The hanger swivels 360° for easy viewing in a closet or over a door.
The best part?
Les Mandelbaum and Paul Rowan, co-founders of Umbra, announced that a portion of Little Red Dress sales will benefit Gift for Life, supporting our ongoing mission of HIV/AIDS prevention and education.
“Umbra’s stylish products are matched by a tremendously generous spirit. We are pleased to partner with them in order to support HIV/AIDS education and care across the U.S.,” said Stu Teller, GFL Chair.
Little Red Dress will be available for purchase, both online and at brick and mortar retail stores, beginning April 22, 2013…just in time for Mother’s Day gift giving (hint, hint).
Last July, GFL honored Umbra and its co-founders with the prestigious Industry Achievement Award, recognizing their vision, dedication to design excellence, and invaluable contributions to the industry. Today, we thank them profusely for continuing to fight the good fight, along with us.
To download the official press release, click here.