FEED 5 Kenya Makeup Bag

Bergdorf Goodman and Lauren Bush FEED 5 Kenya makeup bag. Courtesy Photo

You may already have one of the fab bags from FEED Projects, co-founded by Lauren Bush, that benefit the United Nation's World Food Programme by providing meals to school children. StyleList can't get enough of them -- they're great for groceries and beauty shopping!

Well, there's a new FEED bag out and it's just what we need: a cosmetics pouch. Similar to the Bergdorf Goodman 2009 FEED 2 Kenya bag, the pouch is handmade from traditional fabrics by a co-op of women and deaf people in Kenya.

The FEED 5 Kenya cosmetics pouch is fashioned from the durable kikoy fabric that traditionally is worn by men in southeastern Africa. Unlike the bolder and more elaborate kanga sarong worn by some African women, the kikoy sarong features heavier cotton fabric and simpler design -- often a single color bordered by bolder stripes.

When you buy the FEED 5 Kenya cosmetics pouch, you will provide five school meals to the World Food Programme.

The $25 pouch is exclusively available at the Bergdorf Goodman store in New York City. And if you spend $200 or more on beauty products in store or on BG.com from now until Sunday, Jan. 30, you'll receive the Be Beautiful FEED pouch filled with deluxe-size high-end beauty must-haves of the season, from brands including Guerlain, Trish McEvoy, Serge Lutens and Kiehl's.