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Help The Fashion Industry Help Japan

Lucite jeweler extraordinaire Alexis Bittar will be donating 100 percent of his online sales this week to Catholic relief services aiding the earthquake and tsunami recovery in Japan. [Alexis Bittar]

Inspired by the red circle on the Japanese flag, Tory Burch has created a sweetly simple graphic T-shirt to benefit the relief efforts of the American Red Cross. [Tory Burch]

Tocca is running a 15 percent off sale on all online items and the more you buy the more you help--50 percent of profits will directly benefit Japan. [Tocca]

Zero + Maria Cornejo is hosting an NYC fete this Tuesday to raise money toward Japanese relief efforts. From 6 to 8 P.M. the married duo behind the label,Maria Cornejo and Mark Borthwick, will be selling original photography andsigning exclusive screen-printed tees. [Style File]

Designer Phillip Lim has announced that he will not only be hosting a raresale of his cult-status 3.1 collection, but also donating all proceeds to theAmerican Red Cross. [Racked NY]

Shoe company Michael Antonio has teamed up with Chicago-based boutique ShopAKIRA to offer shoppers a temporary 10 percent discount on all items from the line. Forevery pair you score, both parties will donate 20 percent of the price to reliefefforts. [Refinery29]

As if we didn't love this classic tan satchel designed by actress Lake Bell for Botkier enough already, 50 percent of every sale goes to Oxfam International, currently focused on helping with the Japan earthquake/tsuanami. [Shopbop]

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