You Don't Want to Miss the Shopbop x Born Free Collection, Launching Today

(Source: Shopbop; lemlem Patio Dress, $98; lemlem Child's Patio Dress, $70; Chloe Dolman Sleeve Top, $195; Chloe Shorts, $140; Chloe Child's Dress, $98)We’re huge fans of collaborations. But when companies pull together for a cause, you can definitely count us in—especially when Shopbop, Vogue, MAC AIDS Fund, Amazon Fashion, and 22 designers team up to offer the ultimate Mother’s Day gift. 
(Source: Shopbop; Céline Tote Bag, $225; Diane von Furstenberg Diaper Bag, $155; Rachel Roy Tote, $185)Today marks the launch of an exclusive mother-child collection for Born Free, the charity with the sole purpose of eradicating HIV transmission from mothers to their children by the end of 2015. Industry heavyweights Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Karan (DKNY), Phoebe Philo (Céline), Jenna Lyons (J. Crew), Stella McCartney, Sarah Burton (Alexander McQueen), Victoria Beckham, Clare Waight Keller (Chloe), Liya Kebede (lemlem), and Isabel Marant are just a few of the designer moms who have created original pieces based on the work of Kenyan visual artist Wangechi Mutu. 

(Source: Shopbop; Marni Maxi Dress, $245; Marni Baby Bib, $42; Carolina Herrera Shirtdress, $220; Carolina Herrera Baby Onesie, $85)Prints and beautiful colors abound in the collection that spans from baby blankets ($168) and dresses ($70–$146) for the wee ones to skirts ($120–$245), tops ($110–$190), scarves ($58–$200), and totes ($160–$225) for moms. To garner more support, the majority of the limited-edition items are under $250 with 100 percent of the profits benefitting the Born Free initiative.

All of the designs are sold exclusively on Just in time for Mother's Day, say thanks to mom in style while donating to wonderful cause.