Fashion for Japan

Staff Writer
Columbus Monthly

Looking for ways to help the relief efforts in Japan? Here are a few fashion-friendly ways you can get and give.

Tory Burch Japan Relief t-shirt Tory Burch has designed an exclusive t-shirt Japan Relief - available on discount-site fave Rue La La. Rows of Japanese Flags are intermixed with hearts and 100% of the proceeds go to the American Red Cross to benefit the Japan earthquake and Pacific tsunami relief efforts. Even better - shipping is free! (Rue La La Account needed to purchase).

Rebecca Minkoff Japan Relief One of young Hollywood's favorite designers, Rebecca Minkoff, has created her timeless bags in red for Japan Relief. For each bag purchased, the designer will donate $100 to the Red Cross' Relief fund. The bags are perfect summer bright to lighten up your wardrobe.

Kate Spade Hearts Japan Tote We heart Kate Spade - her cheery designs are a perfect addition to our wardrobe and her Kate Spade Hearts Japan Tote continues this trend. At only $18, this simple graphic tote is a whimsical carry all for your every day tasks.

20x200 Japan Relief Decorate your walls with two limited edition prints for the Japan Relief Fund. Found on one of our favorite online art destinations, 20x200, choose from a photograph of Japan's lush Imperial Gardens or a cityscape picture of Tokyo at dawn. Available in multiple sizes - there's one that the perfect fit for your walls.

Polo Ralph Lauren Hope Polo Spruce up your man and contribute to the Japanese relief efforts with Polo Ralph Lauren's Japan Hope Polo. Adorned with Ralph's signature pony print, the polo also featured the Japanese flag and Japanese characters for "hope". Proceeds are donated to Central Community Chest of Japan, a part of the United Way worldwide network.

-- Alison Pegg