Fashionable Ways to Help
Monday, April 04, 2011
"Fall seven times. Get up eight." -Japanese Proverb
It's a nation known for samurai warriors, spiritual gardens, the bullet train and paper origami. Seaweed wrapped sushi, cherry blossoms and Pokemon.
It is also a nation devastated by the deadly earthquake and tsunami of March 11th. In the wake of such tragedy, the citizens of the world are offering a helping hand.
With Suzy's Collection of Japan Relief Efforts, you too can help Japan get back up again.
Show support for the Red Cross by purchasing select Rebecca Minkoff handbags. $100 from the sale will be donated to their lifesaving work which provides medical care, food and shelter to thousands who have lost everything. www.rebeccaminkoff.com
We ♥ Japan t-shirts from Tory Burch. 100% of the net proceeds of every Japan Relief T-shirt sold through September 15, 2011, will go to the American Red Cross to benefit the Japan earthquake and Pacific tsunami relief efforts. $29 www.toryburch.com
Esty is currently featuring dozens of unique items at all different prices all giving a percent of sales to help Japan.
J.Crew teamed up with Japanese artist Pesu, to create this limited-edition tote in support of disaster-relief efforts in Japan. 100% of the profits from its sale will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society, which provides much-needed medical care and emergency supplies to victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami. Free shipping on this tote.
The Lady Gaga Japan Earthquake Relief Wristband is just $5 with the option to donate more if you choose.