Fashion A Global Mother's Day with Supermodel Liya Kebede By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on May 5, 2014 @ 08:45AM Pin Share Tweet Email It’s often hard to find a gift for Mother’s Day that really embodies what the most important woman in your life has done for you. That’s why this Mother’s Day David Yurman has partnered with supermodel Liya Kebede and her charity, the Liya Kebede Foundation — which champions innovative approaches to expand maternal health education and services — in support of its “Defining Moments” program. “Far too many women continue to die in childbirth around the world today. It’s a tragedy that is entirely preventable by connecting mothers to critical health services in their communities,” says Kebede. A mother herself, Kebede strives to expand maternal health services in Ethiopia where the majority of the population lives in rural areas with limited access to health care. And, as a partner of the foundation, David Yurman will donate a percentage of all retail and online sales to this cause. Sure, buying an iconic piece of David Yurman jewelry on its own can be thank you enough, but the newly released Petite Pave ID Bracelet represents a different level of gratitude and kinship to other mothers worldwide. The unique creation of sterling silver with a white diamond inscription of “love,” written in David Yurman’s own hand, gives the piece a personalized and original style. And because your mom couldn’t imagine not having you in her life she’ll be reminded of the amazing opportunity women in Africa have been given with the purchase of this gift. "My defining moment was the very first time I laid eyes on my children — help us make it possible for other mothers around the world," says Kebede. How could we say no?