Andaz Online Bazaar for a Good Cause

  • The laundry bag found in Andaz properties worldwide was made by women in Iraq.

    The laundry bag found in Andaz properties worldwide was made by women in Iraq.

  • A handmade soap set by executive chef Lauren Teague.

    A handmade soap set by executive chef Lauren Teague.

  • A print by street artist Claw Money is available at the Andaz Holiday Bazaar.

    A print by street artist Claw Money is available at the Andaz Holiday Bazaar.

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It’s the last days to grab one-of-a-kind items from the online Andaz Holiday Bazaar. Not only are the items created by a curated list of international artists, some well known and some local and up-and-coming, proceeds from the sale will go to benefit Women for Women International, a nonprofit organization that provides women in war-torn countries with economic opportunities. Andaz has worked with the group since 2011 and many of the laundry bags found at Andaz hotels around the world are made by women in Iraq.

The bazaar, hosted by e-retail site Joyus, continues until the end of the year and shoppers can find a mix of home decor, art, jewelry, and more. Many of the creators featured on the site have participated in the Andaz Salon series or have worked with Andaz before. The selection includes a cocktail dress by Brooklyn designer Alexander Campaz, prints and a silk-screened bag by graffiti artist Claw Money, whose work will also adorn the doors of the Andaz 5th Avenue property through February, and limited-edition ceramic dishes by interior designer Marcel Wanders, who created the sophisticated look of the Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht property.

For more information, visit the Andaz Holiday Bazaar.

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