Doutzen Kroes and Lucy Yeomans co-host dinner in honour of Save the Elephants in partnership with Tiffany & Co.
12 June 2017 – Tonight Supermodel Doutzen Kroes co-hosted a drinks reception and dinner with PORTER magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Lucy Yeomans in honour of Save the Elephants. The event, in partnership with Tiffany & Co., was held at The Orangery Kensington Palace. Guests included Naomi Campbell, Cara Delevingne and Natalia Vodianova (both wearing Tiffany & Co.), Arizona Muse, Ruth Wilson and Anna Friel while iconic fashion designers Alice Temperley, Peter Dundas, Roksanda Illincic and Emilia Wickstead were also in attendance.
From L-R: Bernard Leserin, Jean Campbell, Caroline Weinberg, Arizona Muse, Natalia Vodianova, Lucy Yeomans, Cara Delevingne, Doutzen Kroes and David Daballen
From L-R: Arizona Muse; Natalia Vodianova, Lucy Yeomans, Samantha Cameron and Doutzen Kroes; Caroline Weinberg, Natalia Vodianova, Cara Delevingne and Doutzen Kroes
In the Summer Escape issue of PORTER, Editor-in-Chief Lucy Yeomans describes her personal experience alongside Doutzen and her work with Knot On My Planet, a campaign to raise funds for the Elephant Crisis Fund, an initiative of Save the Elephants and the Wildlife Conservation Network, and in partnership with the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. The Elephant Crisis Fund supports partners throughout Africa and across the world to stop the killing of elephants caused by the ivory trade.
It is incredibly rare that a project comes along that ignites such passion in a team, but the PORTER and NET-A-PORTER campaign to raise awareness about the plight of the global elephant population has done exactly that. Elephants play a crucial role in our eco-system and their rapidly dwindling are a threat to the species. We are very honoured – along with our partners at Save the Elephants, the Elephant Crisis Fund, Knot on My Planet and Tiffany & Co – to be supporting this cause and bringing the story of the inspirational Douglas Hamiltons (the family behind Save The Elephants) as well as the Samburu people, to a global audience. As Saba Douglas Hamilton says, how would we feel if we were the generation responsible for letting the largest land mammal on earth to be wiped out.
In support of the global campaign, Tiffany & Co. will launch the Tiffany Save the Wild Collection. 100 % of the profits from this collection of elephant charms and brooches will be donated to the Elephant Crisis Fund. An exclusive release and limited pre-sale of the rose gold and diamond charm is available on Net-A-Porter.com. The full collection will be available worldwide on Tiffany.com and in stores this September 2017.