How this Manu Atelier leather bracelet makes a difference

One Million Sisters and Stylebop team up to raise funds for three women's NGOs

By Andrea Tim | Published: 8 Mar 2016

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Photo: Stylebop

An accessory that does good for women – this is what filmmakers and co-founders of charity organisation One Million Sisters, Laetitia Belmadani and Katia Belmadani, want the new Manu Atelier leather bracelet to be.

In line with International Women's Day, the sisters have worked with Turkish leather goods brand to produce the bracelet. The bracelet is now available exclusively on, for €70 (approx. RM320). Laetitia designed two versions of the wrap-around nude-coloured bracelet; one has metallic gold leather detail, while the other has that in silver. All of the bracelets are embossed with the words "One Million Sisters" and was handmade in Manu Atelier's studio in Istanbul.

All proceeds from the sale of the bracelet will go directly to Pro Mujer, Every Mother Counts and Care International, charitable organisations that are dedicated to women's economic empowerment, maternal health and education respectively.

Models Caroline de Maigret and Elisa Sednaoui are among One Million Sisters' ambassadors, who have put on their own bracelets to spread awareness about the campaign.

Caroline de Maigret and Elisa Sednaoui (Photo: Katia Belmadani)

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