Bey Good: How Global Citizen Is Using The Runway To End World Hunger

Daniela Araya
Having a keen eye for what's trending in beauty and fashion, Daniela holds the title of Style Editor for 20something. She is responsible for overseeing all content under the style vertical and is always seeking creative individuals who would like to join her à la mode wolfpack. Daniela is a nail art enthusiast and calamari connoisseur (totally self-proclaimed) who moved to New York to pursue a career in the world of magazine publishing. Previously holding positions with brands such as NYLON, Hearst, Her Campus and College Fashionista, she comes to us with a great background in the editorial, marketing and social media fields. On her days off, Daniela spends most of her time working on her Brooklyn loft (@theboswijk) or daydreaming about Shiba Inus and camping outdoors. Favorite quote: "I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life's a bitch. You've got to go out and kick ass." - Maya Angelou

There are very few things that are better than fashion, but having it being used for a good cause? I think that might make the cut. There’s something empowering about uniting the world to become a better place (in the name of style), and Global Citizen is on their way to doing just that.

Global Citizen is a universal movement to end world hunger and poverty. In honor of their annual Global Citizen Fest, the movement announced its 2015 festival line at the Nolcha Shows during NYFW. The line featured pieces from their limited edition Global Citizen x Aviator Nation collection, and my personal favorite, the “Bey Good” tank. All praise Queen Bey. This thoughtfully designed collection will keep you looking good during festival activities and help you give back to the world – in style.

You can expect to get your paws on all these items during the festival in Central Park on Sept. 26. All proceeds will benefit The Global Poverty Project, a non-profit working to end extreme poverty by 2030. Check out some of the looks below.