Charity duffle bags by fashion's biggest names

Designers including Marc Jacobs, Rag & Bone, and Tommy Hilfiger have created Army Navy duffle bags for the CFDA's charity appeal. 

Condé Nast men's title Details Magazine and the Council of Fashion Designers of America have asked 20 menswear designers to reinterpret the classic Army Navy duffle bag.

Some of the biggest names in American menswear including Richard Chai, Billy Reid, Trovata and Alejandro Angelo have popped on their thinking hats and added their personal twist to the weekend bag.

The Rag & Bone boys have created a simple olive and black duffle featuring leather handles, while Gilded Age adorned its offering with a 'Sack Happy' slogan and a pinup girl, according to WWD. 

The bags will hit eBay on June 10, and 100% of the proceeds will go to the Details x CFDA project.Earlier this year the CFDA and eBay teamed up for 'You Can't Fake Fashion', which saw 90 different designers (including Diane von Furstenberg, Ralph Lauren, and Anna Sui) create ladies' bags to raise awareness of counterfeiting issues in fashion.