With the recent Earthquake & Tsunami tragedy in Japan, many organizations, businesses, and individuals are jumping at the chance to lend a hand with the relief; now you can too with a simple purchase made from the following designers and brands. Assouline Publishing will donate 50% of its profits from the tome In Light of Tokyo, a tribute collection of photographs inspired by Tokyo’s landscape, to the relief efforts.
Shop online at Josie Natori, and 10% of sales will be donated to the Red Cross through April.
All proceeds from Phillip Lim’s March showroom sample sale will go to benefit the American Red Cross’s aid efforts – shop March 24th-25th to participate (located at 260 West 39th Street in NYC).
Brooks Brothers has created a Customer Giving Campaign from which 100 percent of donations will go directly to the American Red Cross recovery and relief efforts. In addition, the Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece Foundation will match donations dollar for dollar up to $50,000.
UNIQLO via their parent company, Fast Retailing has pledged 700 yen worth of clothing to disaster victims, and has set up monetary donation drop boxes throughout retail locations. With these easy ways to donate to the relief effort in Japan, there are plenty of options to help do your part. After all caring IS always in fashion.
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