This Diaper Bag Will Build A School in Burma

Talk about style on a mission. New baby bag brand Land of Ed has introduced their first style, “The Patrick,” that will build a school in rural Burma with proceeds.

The blossoming brand, started by Stella McCartney, Coach and J.Crew veterans Eileen Vincett and Danica Shepetys, has lofty objectives to support children’s educational initiatives around the world through their beautiful, functional products.

“It is our belief that every child deserves the best chance to live a happy and fulfilled life, of which education is the ultimate foundation,” the founders express. “These bags have an amazing impact at every level, with the user getting a stylish and brilliantly functional accessory and the future students at our school in Burma receiving a life-changing opportunity.”


Designed with the socially conscious parent on the go in mind, Land of Ed‘s first style, “The Patrick,” comes complete with a black, water-resistant nylon shell trimmed with textured, non-leather detailing, satin gunmetal finishes and metal zips. There are five exterior pockets, three interior pockets and extra elements like a wipe-clean changing mat and sewn-in stroller clips that busy parents can appreciate.

Bags are available exclusively online at where you can read more about upcoming projects, including Syrian relief.

Shopping for a new baby bag yourself? You can find more of our favorites like these 10 Baby Bags That Are Actually Chic here.

Kate Kirby
Kate Kirby

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Kaitlyn Kirby is the founder and editor in chief of Mini Magazine.

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