Clarins Ambassador Paris Brosnan Supports FEED Projects at 2020 Golden Globes
Pierce Brosnan’s sons, Paris and Dylan Brosnan, kicked off Awards Season as 2020 Golden Globes Ambassadors. They are the first brothers to ever represent the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. In addition to escorting award recipients on stage at the show, for the first time, the ambassadors were able to use the platform to elevate the important issue of childhood hunger. The Brosnans’ support FEED, a social impact-driven brand founded by Lauren Bush Lauren, which delivers high-quality, nutritious food into the hands of children around the world.
In the spring of 2019, Paris Brosnan shot a short film and series of photographs which captured the ongoing work being done in Sri Lanka by the UN World Food Programme (WFP), supported by Clarins x FEED. Paris witnessed first-hand children incentivized to go to school because that is the one place where they can receive a nutritious meal. The gratitude and happiness of the children greatly impacted the young filmmaker.
In support, the HFPA made a generous donation to FEED to support their efforts to combat childhood hunger and keep kids in school.
Since 2011, during FEED promotions each spring and fall, Clarins customers at Macy’s, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales and clarinsusa.com may purchase a cosmetics tote bag or pouch featuring the brand’s logo and a number indicating that the purchase has funded either 10 or 20 meals for kids (inside are trial-size products as a thank-you token). Beginning summer 2019, clarins.com provides five meals for every online order.