How Buying A T-Shirt Can Help Japan:
“We’re all in this together.” That’s what the t-shirt made by designer Anna Sui for the Japan relief effort says in bold letters — and it’s true. The fashion industry, like many industries, has come together as one in its efforts to aid those suffering the aftermath of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami. If you’d like to make your donation through the fashion community, you can buy one of Sui’s t-shirts or one from Tory Burch or even Opening Ceremony. The CFDA is asking its members to donate prize packages to Charity Buzz, while the international editors of Elle magazine have all written letters of support for their coworkers at Elle Japan — and indeed for everyone who’s felt the impact of these natural disasters. Designer Gwen Stefani donated a million dollars to Save the Children for the relief effort. No worries if you dont have that kind of cash, its not how much its just do what you can.
Japan Relief T-Shirt [Tory Burch]
Charity T-Shirt For Japan [Anna Sui]
Red Cross Japan Tee [Opening Ceremony]
FASHION FUND-RAISER [WWD]
ELLE JAPAN’S “ACTION NOW!” [Elle]