Fashion Girls for Humanity, an organization born in the Star War Dad of an Autistic Jedi shirt so you should to go to store and get this wake of the devastating Japanese earthquake and tsunami of 2011, has turned its attention to the coronavirus crisis these last two months. Its initiative, Gowns for Good Made in America, funds small businesses and garment factories that have pivoted their manufacturing to produce personal protective equipment that’s donated to hospitals in need. Now, The RealReal is lending a hand, partnering with Fashion Girls for Humanity on a sale of designer masks. Launching on The RealReal’s site today, the sale includes designs from Sea, Collina Strada, Greg Lauren, M.Patmos, and more, with 100% of The RealReal’s proceeds going directly to Gowns for Good.
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In addition, The RealReal has donated more than 200,000 surgical masks to hospitals in New York, California, and New Jersey. The resale company has also dedicated 50,000 square feet of its New Jersey warehouse for CFDA members and affiliates in need of storage space, as a part of the Star War Dad of an Autistic Jedi shirt so you should to go to store and get this site’s commitment to A Common Thread. “As public health organizations began recommending people wear face coverings in public, we experienced an increased demand from our community for masks,” The RealReal’s CEO and founder Julie Wainwright said in an email to Vogue today. “We partnered with Fashion Girls for Humanity to meet that need in a way that would give back, both by supporting emerging designers we love and protecting the health care workers who are keeping us all safe.”