Lizzo partners with Quay on a sunglass collection and a pledge for hunger relief

Lizzo poses with one of her sunglasses from her collaboration with Quay. Photo: Lizzo/Instagram
Lizzo poses with one of her sunglasses from her collaboration with Quay. Photo: Lizzo/Instagram

Lizzo has launched an eight-piece range of sunglasses with Australian eyewear brand, Quay. The collection will provide meals to those in need with every purchase.

To celebrate the launch of the line, Lizzo and Quay also joined forces with hunger relief organisation, Feeding America, to donate a total of one million meals through a 'buy one, get one, give a 100 meals scheme.

The program began last week and has seen each purchase of Lizzo's sunglasses equal a donation of 100 meals to those struggling with hunger in the U.S.

"[Quay's] message of confidence and self-expression is something that I believe in and can stand behind. Combine all that with the opportunity to do good with Feeding America, and it doesn't get much better than that," says Lizzo in a statement.

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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