Victoria's Secret model Karlie Kloss has unveiled her new 'Coco Kookie' biscuit to raise money for the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
Karlie Kloss has unveiled her new 'Coco Kookie' biscuit to support the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
The 22-year-old Victoria's Secret model has released a batch of cookies in collaboration with Momofuku Milk Bar chef, Christina Tosi, to help raise money for the CFDA Foundations' Educational Initiatives, which provides design students with mentorship opportunities alongside CFDA members.
Talking about her coconut flavoured confection, Karlie shared: ''The Coco Kookie combines some of my absolute favourite things - cookies, fashion, and giving back.''
Steven Kolb, CEO of the CFDA, added: ''The CFDA supports designers at every stage of their career, but our most important efforts are ensuring that fashion design students have the skills and knowledge to become gainfully employed.
''Karlie and Christina have created an opportunity for young designers to hear directly from experienced designers.''
Speaking about the cookie project to Style.com, Christina - who worked with Karlie in 2012 to produce the 'Perfect 10 Kookie' to raise money for FEED Projects, which donates money to provide children with nutritious school lunches - shared: ''Honing in on our love for the innate sweetness and texture of coconut and pairing it with my favourite duo of winter flavours, this insanely delicious creation's namesake, COCO CHANEL, would be proud!''
The sweet treats are available from Momofuku Milk Bar locations, starting at $3.33 per cookie or $22 for half a dozen.
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