Everyone loves a great gift with purchase, but a Gift with Purpose can be twice as nice. From now until Sept. 29, each Macy's customer will receive a six-piece beauty gift in an exclusive Feed 10 pouch with the purchase of two Clarins products. But that's not all a little shopping spree will give you. With the purchase, Clarins will donate 10 nutritious school meals to The Feed Foundation. In conjunction with the World Food Programme, Feed will then provide those meals to severely hungry children around the world in an effort to eradicate childhood hunger. You can pick up your product (and your warm, fuzzy feeling) at Clarins counters at Macy's stores and online until Sept. 29.
Last night's Target FEED dinner in honor of the brands' charitable collaboration was just as much a feast for the eyes — and not just because of the New York skyline or sweet country-chic tablescapes. A very chic celebrity crew stepped out for the festivities, showing off four different takes on the red-dress code.
Lea Michele dressed up a red top with a sophisticated blazer and a body-con black miniskirt, then finished it off with strappy heels and a statement necklace. Founder of FEED's philanthropic mission and cohost Lauren Bush Lauren was right on theme in a red wrap dress and Summer wedges. Sophia Bush cleverly obliged the dress code with a pop of red on her bag, heels, and lips, adding interest to her black and white Smythe suiting, and Karlie Kloss went totally red hot in a leather Jason Wu minidress. Now it's time to cast your vote — which of FEED's dinner guests looks best?
It model Karlie Kloss has been strutting her stuff in the most fabulous looks on the New York Fashion Week Spring 2013 catwalks, but we're also digging her off-duty outfit as she exited the tents: a white peplum top, dark-wash skinny jeans, and black strappy sandals. On her arm she carried not one but two bags: this Michael Michael Kors tan satchel ($398) and this Feed tote ($130). Karlie's look is super chic and simple to re-create — just pair your peplum top with skinny jeans, statement shoes, and a fabulous bag. Shop similar pieces below, including Karlie's exact bag, to get her latest look.
Photo by Drew Altizer
Whether you're feeling sassy cutout swimsuits, surf-tastic styles, or girlie-girl cuts, your trip to the beach is not complete without a fabulous tote. But with so many styles out there right now, it's hard to find the one that will be your constant Summer companion. What about this Feed Guatemala Ikat Tote ($39) by Lauren Bush? It's philanthropic, inexpensive, and totally cute. Proceed for more Fab-approved beach bags to tote right now.
Turns out that while corn-based ethanol fuel might be a good fuel alternative, it's actually causing candy to be a good livestock feed alternative. Due to the recent demand of ethanol, corn prices have gone up, forcing farmers to find an alternative source of food for their livestock.
Dwight Hess, a cattle feedlot operator in Marietta, Pa., is located in the heart of snack country, near Hershey and Herr Foods Inc., a maker of potato chips, pretzels and snack mixes. His cattle ration consists of about 17% "candy meal," a blend of chocolate bars and large chunks of chocolate; 3% of what he calls "party mix," a blend of popcorn, pretzels, potato chips and cheese curls; 8% corn gluten; and the remainder corn and barley he grows.
I guess we're not the only ones enjoying National Candy Month?
Also, I wonder how it affects the flavor of the meat. Do you think things would have sweeter or saltier undertones?
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