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Lauren Bush Covers Town & Country, Talks Fighting World Hunger

Lauren Bush Lauren, Claire Courtin-Clarins, Town&Country Jonathan Becker

Philanthropy has never looked so good!

Lauren Bush, as in the granddaughter of former President George H.W. Bush,  and Claire Courtin-Clarins, one of the heirs to the Clarins fortune, are sitting pretty on the September 2013 cover of Town & Country magazine, while working together to fight world hunger.

The stylish socialites are gracing the glossy's cover and pages in fab Ralph Lauren, Saint Laurent and Louis Vuitton designs while drawing attention to their joint efforts to promote Bush's Feed project, which channels money spent on its products into feeding children through the United Nations World Food Programme. 

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"One of the things I'm most proud of is that we've been able to keep reinventing the way we're working together," Bush told the magazine of her partnership with Courtin-Clarins and the beauty brand. "When things get stale or overdone, people lose interest."

Feed and Clarins first partnered in 2011, selling cosmetic bags emblazoned with the Feed logo and stuffed with Clarins beauty products. This fall, those wishing to support the charitable mission while getting their beauty fix on, can receive a Feed tote with six sample Clarins product—including a moisturizer suited to fit each buyers' needs—with the purchase two or more of the beauty brand's products at Macy's. 

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Lauren Bush Lauren, Claire Courtin-Clarins, Town&Country Jonathan Becker

Consider it a gift with purchase that keeps on giving—to others.

"What Claire and I really connect on is coming up with creative ways that make a difference," Bush went on to say. "World hunger is massive, overwhelming. It's discouraging. I hope that what we've been able to do at Feed and together with Clarins is something that is uplifting."

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