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Design For Japanese Relief Efforts

A number of artists and designers are donating proceeds to benefit Japan. Here's a round-up of a few mutually beneficial opportunities to give aid this week.

United Bamboo
United Bamboo will donate 100% of their profits to Tsunami disaster relief. The sale will take place on Tuesday, March 22 & 23 from 11AM-8PM. 217 Centre Street, 6th Floor.

Maria Cornejo
Maria Cornejo and photographer Mark Borthwick will be on hand to sign their collaborative limited edition t-shirts to benefit Japan earthquake and Tsunami relief (via Doctor's Without Borders). The shirts retail for $155, and all proceeds from this evening's sales will be donated to relief efforts.
Tuesday, March 22nd, from 6–8PM
33 Bleecker Street (Zero + Maria Cornejo boutique)
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Phillip Lim 3.1
Sample sale—all proceeds go to the American Red Cross
March 24 & 25 10AM-6PM
260 West 39th St., 17th Floor

Creatures of Comfort
CoC recently collaborated on a shop-in-shop with Playmountain. They are now donating all their proceeds from that collaboration to benefit Japan.

Tadashi Soji
Frilly frock purveyor Tadashi Soji is donating 10% of online profits to aid Japan.

Mike Perry
Mike Perry has pledged to donate 100% of profits made from online sales to Japan relief.
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Alexis Bittar
The designer will donate 10% of online sales to Japan relief efforts from March 21-25

Lady Gaga
Gaga is selling "We pray for you" wristbands on her website. All profits will be donated to relief efforts.
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Design For Japanese Relief Efforts