New Delhi, May 6 (IANS) Montblanc has launched the Signature for Good Collection, a limited edition to raise money to promote education and build schools in the third world countries.
As the brand supports Unicef's global initiatives to enable more children to read and write, it has pledged to raise $1.5 million for Unicef's education programmes, through the Schools for Africa and Asia initiatives, and programmes in Latin America.
Each piece of the collection is individually numbered and features unique brick design that symbolises the joint effort of building a better future for the children by improving access to quality education, including the construction of schools.
The brand will donate part of its proceeds to Unicef's education programmes for every piece sold from the collection.
The collection includes Meisterstück Writing Instrument, small leather goods and exclusive jewellery accessories and the price starts from Rs.13,000 onwards.