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STYLISH AND CHARITABLE
These fashion brands not only produce some seriously stylish products, but also give back to incredible causes. Scroll through to shop the amazing pieces you'll be extra proud to show off.
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ART WITH PURPOSE
Founder Marc Thaler created Art with Purpose after his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer so that he could get young people involved in giving back to a good cause. The streetwear inspired brand donates 25% of the proceeds from sales of their cool hoodies, denim jackets, and hats to breast cancer research.
Buy It! LIFE Hoodie, $78; artwithpurpose.gallery
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RASHIDA JONES X ICONERY
Rashida Jones has partnered with Iconery to design a limited-edition bangle bracelet to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union. The sleek golden style has a white diamond embedded - and starting November 14th, $50 from every purchase will be donated to the ACLU—a union that works to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties of every citizen in our nation.
Buy It! Limited Editon Square Bangle Bracelet, $185; iconery.com
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Westward Leaning, a socially conscious sunglasses company, has designed a collection of limited-edition actetate sunglasses to benefit the Snow Leopard Trust. For every purchase of these super stylish sunnies, which come in both double-bridge and Galileo frames, the brand will sponsor an adoption of a wild snow leopard. The $25 contribution to the Snow Leopard Trust will help continue the fund's efforts to protect the species and maintain their enviornments.
Buy It! Limited Edition Double Bridge, $225; westwardleaning.com
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By donating $100 to World Vision's "Where Most Needed" fund, you can recieve this stylish gold cuff designed by actress Patricia Heaton. The fund supports the humanitarian work done by World Vision, such as helping children in poverty in Africa and the Middle East. The Hope Bracelet by Patricia Heaton is made by twenty Fair Trade artists in India and provides them with fair wages, a safe place to work, and long-term business relationships.
Buy It! Hope Bracelet by Patricia Heaton, $100; donate.worldvision.org
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Söfft Shoes has partned with Orange is the New Black actress Selenis Leyva for the #SelenisGives campaign, which supports the Maestro Cares Foundation. Ten percent of sales generated from Levya’s curated page goes to the foundation to support the construction of schools and homes for disadvantaged children in Latin America, a mission close to the star's heart.
Buy It! Somers III Sneaker, $89.95; sofftshoe.com
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Michael Kors dedicates the month of October to support World Food Day with the campaign Watch Hunger Stop. Every year the designer creates special-edition watches to support the United Nations World Food Programme and their school meals program, which reaches over 16 million students in almost 70 countries worldwide. For the third year, Kate Hudson is joining in on the efforts to end world hunger as the face of the campaign. The campaign's efforts includes donating 100 meals to the WFP for every purchase of their special edition Michael Kors Access Sofie smartwatch and their Watch Hunger Stop Lon sunglasses.
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Mikimoto America is parterning with the Voss Foundation to support the development of sustainable water systems in Sub-Saharan Africa. Its "Pearls for Progress" campaign will donate 10% of jewlery sales from fundraising events held in their stores to the foundation's mission.
Buy It! Akoya Cultured Pearl Set in 18 Karat Yellow Gold, $4,300; mikimotoamerica.com
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RAVEN + LILY
Raven + Lily is a trend-forward fair trade lifestyle brand that creates eco-friendly fashion, accessories and home products which empower women on a global scale. The brand employs at-risk women in 10 countries around the world and provides them with fair-trade wages and safe communities. Raven + Lily aims to encourage the 1,500+ at-risk female employees to earn a living for themselves and their families and every purchase benefits the Raven + Lily ecosystem and helps funds micro loans for female entrepreneurs.
Buy It! Zia Earrings, $24; ravenandlily.com
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BLOOM + GRACE
This jewelry company provides life-saving vaccines to children around the world who otherwise may not have access to them. They partnered with Shot @ Life, which promotes the work of UNICEF, The Global Alliance for Vaccinations and the World Health Organization, and each Bloom + Grace product indicates how many vaccines it provides when purchased. All products are also ethically sourced and provide jobs to artisans in developing countries.
Buy It! Flamingo Tassel Bracelet, $55; bloomandgrace.com
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This authentic Mexican line of woven blankets, oversize towels and bags donates 10 percent of proceeds to support a scholarship program for local Mexican students attending the Costa Verde International School.
Buy It! El Manuel Bag, $52; lasbayadas.com
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This shoe and accessory brand works with small, independent artisans in Kenya and Peru to create shoes, bags and accessories that are ethically sourced. They provide benefits and steady salaries to the artisans, as well as consistent business orders and business counseling to help eradicate poverty in their communities.
Buy It! Isla Slide Sandals, $88; nisolo.com
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Passion Pit x Out on Tour
Indie band Passion Pit has teamed up with Out on Tour for this limited-edition T-shirt in honor of their new album, and 100 percent of the profits will be donated to the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at Broad Institute of Harvard University/Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Buy It! T-shirt, $20; outontour.com
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Fine jewelry line Mejuri has teamed up with Urgent Action Fund, which supports and protects women and transgender human rights defenders striving to create cultures of justice, equality and peace around the world. A portion of sales from their Evil Eye Collection will be donated to the Women's Human Rights cause.
Buy It! Bracelet, $255; mejuri.com
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THE 9TH MUSE
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JCPenney and the YMCA "Pair Up” Initative
From August 1-15, JCPenney is teaming up with the Y to help children in need of basic clothing essentials. For every pack of children's socks or underwear sold, JCPenney will donate a pack to the Y.
Buy It! Total Girl 6 Pack Socks, $12; jcpenney.com
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