• 15th May
    2013
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Sevenly: Changing The World One Shirt At A Time…

I like to think that my love and obsession with fashion is quite obvious. However, nothing brings me as much JOY as being able to share information about fashion companies that are improving our world and the lives of others, by raising funds and awareness, literally one t-shirt at a time

Launched in 2011, Sevenly, an online fashion brand, partners with a new charity each week, promoting and selling limited edition graphic tees and other lifestyle products to benefit those in need.

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[Giving Keys Necklace - $39]

[Sevenly 3 notebook kit - $20]

This particular week Sevenly is supporting the Love Without Boundaries Foundation, a worldwide group of volunteers dedicated to improving the lives of orphaned and impoverished children in China where thousands of babies are being abandoned because of serious birth defects and or life-threatening medical conditions. Unfortunately without love, care, and the proper medical attention, the chances of these children being adopted vary from slim to none.

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[Give Collection I See Stripes Flowy Tank Top - $30]

[Wreath Flowy Tank -$28]

Love Without Boundaries cares for these children by providing reconstructive surgeries. Every purchase helps fund a surgery for a child in need. Sevenly simplifies giving back, by giving you the opportunity to both improve your wardrobe and the lives of others. They have already raised over 2.1 million dollars to date.

A few of my favorites pieces are pictured both above and below. The Give Collection hoodieand the Give Collection I See Stripes Flowy tank are great wardrobe basics; and the Giving Keys necklace, the Wreath Flowy tank and the Be The Answer crew will all add a little bit of edge to your street style

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[Give Collection Camp Zip Hoodie - $44]

[Be The Answer Crew - $24]

So please adopt Sevenly's philosophy of “people matter,” check out their website and make a purchase. Your purchase helps an orphaned child receive surgery and find a permanent homeThank you.

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  • 1st February
    2013
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Angela & Roi Relaunch Their Website Focusing On Philanthropy.

Last September, the L.A. Fashion blog hosted an Angela & Roi handbag giveaway. Miss Megan Nevels was the lucky recipient of not one but two Angela & Roi handbags; the Miranda tote bag and the Gabriella clutch. Angela & Roi are now expanding on their generosity by relaunching their improved website with an announcement that their company will be donating $5 of every purchase to charity.

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I love Angela & Roi for making good quality and stylish vegan handbags affordable but even more so now that they have introduced their Donate By Color system which color-coordinates their handbags with the different causes their clients can help support.You can support anxiety, depression, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s, Cancer and or AIDS research simply by purchasing a functional, stylish and affordable Angela & Roi handbag.

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The company is giving fashion lovers everywhere the opportunity to both improve their wardrobes and the lives of millions that have been and will be diagnosed with these diseases. Whether or not you choose to make a purchase, please join us in supporting these causes and Angela & Roi by spreading the word through TumblrFacebook, Twitter, and or Pinterest. Thank you.

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  • 21st February
    2012
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I really loved starlet Shailene Woodley's outfit at the @VanityFair and @Juicy_Couture “Vanities" 20th Anniversary Party last night at the Siren Studios in Hollywood. It was very chic and sophisticated for a young woman and yet very playful.
The bash benefits her All It Takes charity, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals to  create sustainable and positive change both locally and internationally.

I really loved starlet Shailene Woodley's outfit at the @VanityFair and @Juicy_CoutureVanities" 20th Anniversary Party last night at the Siren Studios in Hollywood. It was very chic and sophisticated for a young woman and yet very playful.

The bash benefits her All It Takes charity, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals to create sustainable and positive change both locally and internationally.

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  • 29th November
    2010
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Project Angel Food’s Divine Design 2010.

Project Angel Food will host Divine Design 2010, the west coast’s premiere shopping event in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hills marketplace. All donations and purchases will directly fund Project Angel Food.

Project Angel Food is currently the only organization of its kind. It delivers free and healthy meals throughout L.A. county to men, women and children crippled by life-threatening diseases such as AIDS and cancer. Every week Project Angel Food cooks and delivers more than 13,000 meals to people in need. 

The event will feature brands such as 3.1 Phillip Lim, 7 For All Mankind,  C&C California, Diane Von Furstenberg, Elizabeth and James, Hanky Panky, Marc Jacobs, Monique L’Huillier, Stuart Weitzman, Theory, Tom Ford and True Religion. Shop Friday, December 3rd through Monday, December 6th from 10am to 8pm for amazing discounts from 50% to 90%! Tickets are available online for $15 or at the door for $25

The organization will also host two red carpet events the Divine Design 2010 Gala on December 1st at the Beverly Hilton and the VIP Shopping Cocktail Party on December 2nd. Tickets for the events will be $375 and $100 respectively.

For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.

Now tell me that fashion doesn’t care!

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  • 18th November
    2010
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Watch GAP's “Want" Holiday campaign featuring actor Ryan Kwanten of “True Blood,” Lauren Bush and even the founders of Foursquare! For every “Like” the video receives on the GAP’s Facebook page, $1 will be donated to a charitable organization featured in the video. Please hit the “Like” button! Happy Holidays!

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  • 31st October
    2010
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Ferragamo Launches Ferragamo World, Proceeds To Benefit The Acumen Fund.

The Fifth Avenue Ferragamo store in NYC recently celebrated the launch of Ferragamo World, a bio-friendly shoe line for men, with an intimate cocktail hour hosted by Vanity Fair. All proceeds will go to South Asia and East Africa via the Acumen Fund. The non-profit global venture invests in businesses that provide essential services to low-income families. 

John LegendMassimo Ferragamo and Brad Goreski photographed above.

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  • 27th October
    2010
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  • 25th October
    2010
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A few days ago, I posted a few released images of Jennifer Lopez and her twins posing for Gucci. Now you can take a behind the scenes look at the photo shoot that will launch Gucci's new children's line. Creative director Frida Giannini and Jennifer Lopez also discuss Gucci’s major donation to UNICEF. Gucci has been involved with the UNICEF since 2005, but the new $1 million donation will go to education programs in Malawi and Mozambique specifically. 

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  • 6th October
    2010
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Gap Wants You To Recycle Your Blues.

If you hand in your old pair of jeans, Gap will recycle and convert them into UltraTouch Denim Insulation which will be donated to communities in need. To encourage people to donate, Gap is giving recyclers 30% off new 1969 jeans purchases. And if you’re a fan of Gap on Facebook, you get 40% off!

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