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.