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Fashion ISH: Ways You Can Support the Hurricane Sandy Relief Funds

With the devastation of Hurricane Sandy still affecting New York, New Jersey and surrounding areas, there are still ways you can help—and do some holiday shopping. From jewelry to beauty, scores of brands are helping out those in need.

Alexis Bittar: NYC designer Alexis Bittar will be donating 5 percent of sales to local disaster relief organizations through November 10.

Lifebooker: If you’ve been wanting to book a massage, kickboxing class, or haircut, now is the perfect time to do so, because Lifebooker is donating 100 percent of profits made from all appointments through November 7 to the Brooklyn Recovery Fund.

H&M: Head to your closest H&M, where you can donate directly to the American Red Cross; plus, receive a tax-deductible receipt with your contribution.

Chantecaille Cosmetics: Check out the luxury beauty brand's website, where 20 percent of sales on skin-care products, makeup, and fragrances will be donated to the American Red Cross and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Shop Design Spark: Celebrities, such as Anna Paquin and Beyoncé, are already fans of this jewelry line, and you can nab a red double Swarovski crystal ring ($40) with 30 percent of proceeds going to he American Red Cross.

Courtshop: The indie NYC boutique will be purchasing and delivering supplies all month to N.Y. and N.J. coastal cities; plus, 10 percent of November profits will be donated to the American Red Cross. Find tons of denim, Pamela Love jewelry, and Grey Ant sunglasses.

We Are Here: Browse Brooklyn designer Emilie Shapiro’s website for her collection of chunky rings, pendent necklaces, and delicate bracelets. To show her support, 25 percent of all jewelry sales this week will go to the American Red Cross.

Alejandro Ingelmo: It's hard enough to resist a new pair of shoes, especially knowing that 10 percent of proceeds at this men's and women's footwear store in Soho, NYC, will be given to Feeding America, an organization aiding those in need of food after the storm. The promotion ends November 9.

Gemma Redux New York: Sad Gossip Girl is nearing its series finale? Gab a statement gem from this brand seen on the show now, when 30 percent of sales through November 20 benefit hurricane relief efforts. Use the code "SANDYRELIEF" during checkout.

Dermstore: Stop by this grooming goods e-tailer's "Superstorm Sandy Relief Boutique," where you'll discover moisturizers, antioxidant serums, and cleansing gels ($51–$157). Now through November 9, Dermstore is sending 5 percent of proceeds to the American Red Cross.

Natori: Stock up on lingerie, bras, and ready-to-wear, and 20 percent of all orders through November 11 will be given to the American Red Cross.

Osklen: Ten percent of sales at the Miami and NYC locations will help the American Red Cross through November 9. The Brazilian retailer is known for its dedication to using sustainable production methods and offering sportswear, sneakers, and fashion apparel.

Alice + Olivia: Drop off supplies at Alice + Olivia’s Meatpacking District, Bryant Park, and Madison Avenue stores. Leave your castoff clothes at home though, because diapers, formula, baby food, batteries, blankets and cleaning supplies are needed the most. The goods will be brought to Coney Island as part of the brand's "Brunch Bunch" program.
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