Cressida Bonas, Katherine Jenkins, Princess Eugine, Donna Air, Livia Firth, Millie Mackintosh, Kirsty Gallacher, Louise Roe and others all joined together to raise awareness for Anti-Slavery Day. Anti-Slavery Day provides an opportunity to draw attention to the subject and to pressurise governmental, local authorities, public institutions, private and public companies to address the scale and scope of human trafficking. Beulah has collaborated with the United Nations’ Blue Heart Campaign. For the sale of each Blue Heart scarf, 10% of profits is donated to the charity.
Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs, founder of Beulah London says ‘Beulah London is a global luxury womanswear brand based on British design, heritage and the empowerment of women. We are not just a brand, but a movement inspiring change, working with dignity and purpose to drive social change and using business as a force for good.’