Fashion Helps Haiti

I am so happy to hear that the fashion industry is trying to help Haiti. Even though this tragedy is a week and one day old, they still need our help. I have posted a link with a list of ways to help. Refinery 29 has also complied a list of ways the fashion industry is helping. One of the events is already over, but most of the other items below are still going on. Don’t forget about Haiti and don’t forget about those suffering in your neck of the woods. Also I am in the process of changing my header. Please give me some feedback.

From Refinery29:

Fashion Donates To Haiti: Here Are More Ways To Help Out

A solemn note to round out the day: If you haven’t already donated to Haiti earthquake disaster efforts, please consider doing so directly via relief organizations, or take a look at these heartwarming efforts by some of our dearest fashion friends.


Ken & Dana Design Necklace—Pick up their Rights necklace with $30 from each sale going to the Red Cross. The text on the necklace symbolizes the date of the passing of the Immigration and nationality Act of 1965 that abolished national origin quotas.
Necklace, $85, available at Ken & Dana Design

Solid Gold Rags “Save Haiti” T-shirt—100% of the proceeds go towards Haiti earthquake relief efforts.
T-shirt, $100, available at Solid Gold Rags


Alexis Bittar Jewelry—Between January 18-January 22, 100% of the sales (Alexis Bittar

Bond No.9 The Scent of Peace—For every bottle sold, 10% of sales will go to the Red Cross and another portion will go towards Seeds of Peace, an organization dedicated to empowering young leaders from regions in conflict.
Bond No.9 Perfume, $150 for 50 ml, available at Bond No.9

Tucker Paisley Love for Haiti Scarf—Shop their lightweight scarves and $10 of each purchase will be donated to the American Red Cross.
Scarf, $62, available at Tucker Paisley

Toms Shoes, Trovata, Williamson PR Event—Attend the fundraiser at Brinkley’s tonight. All proceeds will go to relieft efforts.
Tuesday Januray 19th 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm, Brinkley’s 406 Broome St. @ Centre St., $5 donation for entry.

Bird Sale—Shop Bird and see 10% of all sales go towards Haiti.
Where: Bird, 220 Smith Street, (corner of Butler Street), Cobble Hill; 718-797-3774; 316 Fifth Avenue, (between 2nd and 3rd streets), Park Slope; 718-768-4940; and 203 Grand Street, (between Bedford and Driggs avenues); Williamsburg; 718-388-1655.

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Jai From The Fat and Skinny

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