Iconic Parisian design house, Lanvin has created a limited edition range of gorgeously collectable poplin dolls in partnership with the French charity, Dessine L'Espoir. Each of the fashion-conscious dolls has been handmade by women from Swaziland living with HIV and funds raised by the charity will be used to support these women as well as their families. At Team LBD we love an LBD. So a extravagently embellished poplin doll wearing a LBD, for a good cause...we're reaching for our purses! We know we shouldn't have favourites but we can't help ourselves with this quirky, sequinned poplin doll (top image) which pays homage to the classic Parisian style Lanvin symbolises. The attention to detail from her embellished 'make-up' and stylish top knot, to the designer label in the doll's dress is impeccable. And this little lady gets some serious style points for working this spring's floral trend, but what do you expect when she has Lanvin to dress her? As well as this Parisian Princess Lanvin have created two more dolls- one we like to think of as a fabulous French flapper girl with her ruffled lace dress and oversized bow and the other adorable addition to the brood is working a ravishing red dress and matching headscarf. This is a great gift for fans of the iconic label and is the perfect way to treat yourself and help Dessine L'Espoir's hard work with the people of Swaziland. All dolls are available now for ¬£200 at Net-a-Porter.