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Charitable Fashion: Nest

April 3, 2011


What is better than getting unique accessories? Getting them and making a difference in the world. Nest is a nonprofit organization that teams artisans from all around the world with established designers, creating a mentorship program which incorporates interest-free microfinance loans while also providing a marketplace to sell their crafts. This enables the people that […]

Charitable Fashion: Botkier

March 20, 2011


Switching reins from all the American Red Cross postings this week, I wanted to highlight Oxfam International. Oxfam works with partners and communities to eradicate poverty and combat injustice any where the local government is unwilling to help its people. They also aid during natural disasters where the people and government are not able to […]

Charitable Fashion: Tory Burch

March 19, 2011


Designer and trendsetter Tory Burch was on Friday’s episode of The View to showcase her spring collection as well as to make an announcement. Like so many designers and brands, Tory Burch wants to help Japan recover from the tragic disaster that occurred just over a week ago. The We ♥ Japan t-shirt is not only extra […]

Rebecca Minkoff supports the Red Cross

March 16, 2011


Rebecca Minkoff is showing their support of the victims of Japan and the American Red Cross. For each purchase of one of their iconic bags in RED, $100 will be donated to the Red Cross. Make a “purchase with purpose” and help the Red Cross provide food, shelter and medical care to those who have been devastated […]

Charitable Fashion: American Red Cross

March 13, 2011


Originally I was going to post about MS because it is MS Awareness Week but after Friday’s events, I decided to change focus. A powerful 8.6 earthquake struck Sendai, Japan causing damage and lost lives. The earthquake generated a tsunami that traveled well across the Pacific, leaving Hawaii and the western coast of the continental […]

Charitable Fashion: TOMS

March 6, 2011


I am a firm believer that shopping isn’t always a selfish task. Not all corporations are evil conglomerates whose shareholders meet around a long table snickering and wringing their hands together each time they make a dollar. Many companies like to pay it forward. They put your money to good use like clean water, cancer […]