Michael Kors activity wristband has style – and substance

Each one sold will see 100 meals donated to the World Food Programme

Michael Kors Access activity tracker, £135
Michael Kors Access activity tracker, £135

Determined not to sacrifice style for technology, nor fashion for philanthropy, the designer Michael Kors – who is a UN global ambassador against hunger – has launched a sleekly stylish Access activity tracker and for each wristband sold will donate 100 meals to the UN World Food Programme.

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Mounted on a black or cream silicone bracelet, the tracker features a mother-of-pearl face and an LED light that flashes to indicate how near the wearer is to reaching their targets, whether tracking steps, counting calories burnt or monitoring sleep activity.

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Since launching the Watch Hunger Stop campaign in 2013, Kors has already helped to provide more than 13m meals through the World Food Programme.

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