Designers and Celebrities have continued to pledge their support for earthquake victims in Haiti.

Daddy’s Girls and Entrepreneurs Vanessa and Angela Simmons

…will donate Pastry clothes and shoes to local children. Angela said, “Being able to give Pastry shoes and clothes to these kids during such a devastating and critical time is our way of helping and showing support when it’s needed most.”

Glove designer and Haitian American Miss Numa (www.misssnuma.com) has created the following “I Glove Haiti” t-shirts:

The proceeds from the sale of the $20 t-shirts will go directly to the purchase and delivery of aide in the form of food, water, and medical supplies. Purchase the shirts here.

Vintage-inspired clothing and accessories boutique Unique Vintage (www.Unique-Vintage.com) is donating 20% of sales from their umbrella collection…

…to the American Red Cross from now through the end of January.

And of course, as we mentioned in this post, you can donate directly to www.yele.org, www.redcross.org, www.hopeforhaiti.com, www.transformhaiti.org, or find a list of other organizations here or here. Also, hop on your cell phone and Text YELE to 501501 to donate $5 via your cell phone or Text “HAITI” to “90999″ to make a $10 donation to the American Red Cross.

*Send clean used clothing, underwear, accessories, and blankets to Fashion Delivers. Products will begin arriving in Haiti by early next week so please call 212-629-6700 or email
carla@fashiondelivers.org for drop-off information.
*In NYC? Fashion Bloggers for Haiti are coordinating an event. Find out more info here or follow them on twitter.

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