Thirteen Fashionable Ways To Help Japan Relief Efforts

Fashion / April 15, 2011

It’s been over a month since the Japan 8.0 earthquake and subsequent Tsunami, and still,  there is so much to do in providing relief to those that continue to be affected.

If you haven’t donated yet, please consider giving to the many charitable organizations that are providing critical support to those in crisis.

Another fashionable way that you can contribute, as well as bring awareness, is by purchasing charitable apparel. Not only will you be donating to a  worthy and critical cause, but you will also bring much needed attention and a reminder to those around you that there is still so much work to be done.

Here are some standouts that we recommend supporting:

 

Opening Ceremony Red Cross Japan Tee

Opening Ceremony Red Cross Japan Tee

Charitable Details: 100% of the profits made from the sale of this t-shirt go to the American Red Cross

Price: $30

Paul Smith T-shirt - Japan Earthquake Appeal T-shirt

Paul Smith T-shirt – Japan Earthquake Appeal T-shirt

Charitable Details: All profits from sales will be donated to relief efforts

Price: £45.00

 Pencey Standard  Japan Relief T-shirt

Pencey Standard  Japan Relief T-shirt

Charitable Details: 100% of the proceeds of this T-shirt will go to American Red Cross to benefit the victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.

Price: $30

FEED Japan Bag

FEED Japan Bag

Charitable Details: Each FEED Japan bag sold will give $10 to the FEED Foundation’s FEED Japan Fund. The FEED Japan Fund will aid in the disaster relief efforts by supporting organizations on the ground and will target the programs and organizations that need our help the most. The need for support is great and ever-changing, as Japan continues to recover from this disaster.

Price: $35

Gap Japan Relief heart T

Gap Japan Relief heart T

Charitable Details: To support the relief effort in Japan, Gap has created this limited edition T in solidarity with the people of Japan affected by these tragic events. Our profits will be donated to the GlobalGiving Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund.

Price: $24.95

Tory Burch Japan Relief T-shirt

Tory Burch Japan Relief T-shirt

Charitable Details: 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.

Price: $29

 DRMTM Clothing Japan Be Strong Charity Tee

DRMTM Clothing Japan Be Strong Charity Tee

Charitable Details: All of the profits from the sale will go to the Japanese Red Cross in support of the Japan disaster relief efforts.

Price: 20,00 €

Ann Demeulemeester for Yoox: We Love Japan

Ann Demeulemeester for Yoox: We Love Japan

Charitable Details: yoox.com has united 8 international fashion brands together to show solidarity for Japan: Ann Demeulemeester, Antonio Marras, Dsquared2, Kitsuné, Maison Martin Margiela, Marni Moschino and Y-3 have each created unique one-off designs for a special T-shirt collection that will be sold exclusively on yoox.com.

100% of all sales of the shirts will go to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) for the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan. Revolving around the motif “We Love Japan”, each brand’s interpretation is quirky and unique in its own way, while sending the message of unity towards Japan in this time of adversity.

Price: $20 – $25

Anna Sui Women's Japan Charity T-Shirt

Anna Sui Women’s Japan Charity T-Shirt

Charitable Details: All proceeds will go to Japan disaster relief.

Price: $20

Ralph Lauren Japan Hope Skinny-Fit Polo

Ralph Lauren Japan Hope Skinny-Fit Polo

Charitable Details: As part of the Ralph Lauren family, Rugby proudly supports Polo Ralph Lauren and the United Way worldwide network joining forces to support the relief effort in Japan. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this limited edition polo will be donated to the humanitarian effort through the Central Community Chest of Japan, a part of the United Way worldwide network.

Price: $98

Madewell Japan Love Tee

Madewell Japan Love Tee

Charitable Details: Wear your heart on your sleeve: 100 percent of the profits from the sale of this limited-edition tee 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.

Price: $25

Gwen Stefani’s We Love You Japan Juniors' Fitted V-Neck T-Shirt

Gwen Stefani’s We Love You Japan Juniors’ Fitted V-Neck T-Shirt

Charitable Details: 100$ of net proceeds to benefit the American Red Cross

Price: $40

DSQ for Yoox: We Love Japan

Dsquared for Yoox: We Love Japan

Charitable Details: yoox.com has united 8 international fashion brands together to show solidarity for Japan: Ann Demeulemeester, Antonio Marras, Dsquared2, Kitsuné, Maison Martin Margiela, Marni Moschino and Y-3 have each created unique one-off designs for a special T-shirt collection that will be sold exclusively on yoox.com.

100% of all sales of the shirts will go to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) for the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan. Revolving around the motif “We Love Japan”, each brand’s interpretation is quirky and unique in its own way, while sending the message of unity towards Japan in this time of adversity.

Price: $20 – $25


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Thirteen Fashionable Ways To Help Japan Relief Efforts