Gallery: Titania Inglis Designs Organic Cotton Top for Japan Disaster Reli...

Titania Inglis, Japan, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, organic cotton, fashion philanthropy

The Japanese have handled the unrelenting slew of disasters with dignity and grace. Following suit, philanthropic fashion designers are summoning hope and goodwill out of the chaos, with limited-edition designs that benefit the crippled country. Upon viewing the heart-wrenching images of a devastated Japan, designer Titania Inglis began work on her “Save Japan” tee. Made in New York City from 100 percent Japanese organic-cotton herringbone, the top features a bias cut to give it the stretch and drape of a chic T-shirt. The entire price of the top, minus production costs, will go toward the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund.

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