Louis Vuitton provides four new colorways to their Silver Lockit bracelet and introduces its first ever Doudou Louis teddy bear as part of the “Louis Vuitton for UNICEF” collaboration to raise funds. In keeping with their #MAKEAPROMISE campaign, Louis Vuitton has been dedicated to raise awareness and funding to assist in UNICEF’s efforts to deliver education, heath, nutrition, sanitation, water, and protection services to children who have been impacted by massive conflict and disaster as well as for the organization’s COVID-19 response efforts.

The Silver Lockit bracelets, which were inspired by Georges Vuitton’s tumbler lock that he created in 1890, came in celadon green, pastel blue, pink, and black organic cotton bands with recycled silver padlocks with the “LV” emblem. The models are for unisex and appear very contemporary yet striking. Aside from the rope variants, there is a somewhat more costly full chain sterling version of the bracelet. The Doudou Louis, on another hand, was stitched with a blue variant of the monogram’s blossoms for its eyes, and it printed in a delicate rainbow of monogram material.

The Silver Lockit bracelets cost around $465 USD which donates $100 USD straight to UNICEF, while the Doudou Louis Bracelet costs $955 USD which donates $200 USD. Both are currently still available on the Louis Vuitton website and in select Louis Vuitton stores around the globe.