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Shop 'til You Drop for Japan This Weekend!

via Fashion Girls for Japan
The American fashion industry did not let the tragedy of Japan go unnoticed - they were just trying to figure out what to do.

Fashion Girls for Japan mission is to help "aid aim to aid and rebuild hope for their Japanese colleagues and customers."

As such they are holding a two-day sample sale at the Bowery Hotel from April 2nd (11AM - 7PM) to April 3rd (11AM - 5PM).

Over 60 designers have donated one rolling rack with items at least 50% off retail price. All the sales will go towards the earthquake and tsunami fund Japan Society has setup for New Yorkers who want to help.

Tickets are a minimum $5 donation and can be purchased online or at the door.

Designers featured are:

  • Alexander Wang
  • Alice + Olivia
  • Altuzarra
  • Derek Lam
  • Diane von Furstenburg
  • Helmut Lang
  • Jil Sander
  • Marc by Marc Jacobs
  • Proenza Schouler
  • Rag + Bone
  • Theory
  • Thakoon
  • Thom Browne
  • and many more

So open your wallet and do your part (and get some designer clothes, too).

Fashion Girls for Japan Sample Sale
April 2nd - 3rd, 2011
Bowery Hotel
335 Bowery
New York, NY


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