You know we love it when designers give back, but when the results happen to be classic, beautiful, and totally covetable? That's the icing on the delicious, fashion-forward cake, friends. Tommy Hilfiger recently teamed up with a slew of our favorite designers (think Ohne Titel, Pamela Love, Prabal Gurung, and Sophie Theallet) to support the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund's "Americans in Paris" initiative, which aims at giving American designers international exposure, particularly at Paris Fashion Week. Each of the participants created their own print for a tote bag centered around the "Americans in Paris" theme, and the results ranged from avant-garde flag interpretations to some fleurs-de-lis etched onto one beau garçon. We won't leave you hanging—click through our slideshow to see the designs for yourself (and tell us which one you want the most—we're sweating that Simon Spurr, big time!). The bags will be available for $98 each at Tommy Hilfiger flagship stores in New York City, Paris, London, and Milan, on the brand's U.S. and Japanese websites, and 100% of the proceeds will benefit the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund.
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