Charity Bazaar Collected 400,000 Rubles

Harper’s Bazaar magazine managed to collect 400,000 rubles with its charitable drive at the Le Premier boutique.

Axenoff Jewellery produced an exclusive sweatshirt bearing the image of the Nutcracker especially for the magazine’s Charity Bazaar project. The proceeds from two days of sweatshirt sales at the Le Premier boutique were donated to the Lifeline charitable foundation, an organization dedicated to helping seriously ill children and creating a culture of philanthropy in Russian society.

Harper’s Bazaar magazine thanks jeweler Pyotr Axenoff, boutique owner Yana Velichko and everyone who support the Charity Bazaar project.

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