One of our favourite handbag brands, Radley, has joined forces with The British Heart Foundation to launch a special charity collection.
The classic British brand - which is loved by the likes of Pippa Middleton - launches its Love Me Do range on 19 March.
15% of the sale price from each item goes directly towards British Heart Foundation research projects, with a focuson coronary heart disease - which effects more than twice as many women in the UK as breast cancer.
Excitingly, the range starts at just £15 for this special edition tote bag (opens in new tab) - a very chic way to carry your shopping home.
For £29, thissmall zip top canvas bag (opens in new tab)is a little more structured,and would be perfect for weekends away or used as a beach bag.
More: The Radley bag that sells every 7 minutes! (opens in new tab)
Elsewhere, the Love Me Do cross body bag (opens in new tab) features the iconic Radley dog and a heart tag, symbolising your support for this important cause.
It's available in petal pink, black or this gorgeous berry red colour, and is priced at just£159.
The final item in the range is the backpack (opens in new tab), which sells for £209.
Both practical and elegant, the backpack is also available in red, petal pink or black, and features the same dog and heart tags as the cross body bag.
The Love Me Do range coincides with the brand's #RadleyHeartsHer campaign, which will see a four-week 'bag amnesty' at its London stores. Customers can to donate their pre-owned Radley bags and receive £50 towards a new one.
Shopping and supporting a great cause - what could be better?
Mollie worked as a junior reporter across Women’s Lifestyle brands, focusing on news, with a particular fascination with all things royal.
Mollie started out doing work experience across digital websites, before taking up a role as a digital intern, working mainly on woman&home, where she excelled at sourcing original stories for the woman&home audience, but also wrote up fashion, beauty, and general lifestyle features. She now works in marketing for a creative media recruitment company.
Mollie is a candle, film, and food fanatic, who also makes a mean margarita.
Charlize Theron recalls male director's 'belittling' treatment of her on movie set
Charlize Theron has opened up about her experience of being mistreated and objectified in Hollywood in a candid new interview
By Emma Dooney • Published
Sophie Wessex could get new title previously held by Queen Elizabeth as Prince Edward may take Prince Philip's Edinburgh dukedom
Sophie Wessex could hold a royal title once held by Queen Elizabeth if Prince Edward takes his later father's Edinburgh dukedom
By Robyn Morris • Published