Fashion brands around the globe are pitching in to battle the coronavirus. Big-name retailers — including Gap, H&M, Brooks Brothers, Gucci, Armani and Bulgari — are making masks, gowns, hand sanitizer and hefty donations. Others, meanwhile, are offering serious discounts and limited-edition merch to help those hit hard by unemployment, with proceeds going to groups such as No Kid Hungry, Citymeals on Wheels and Feeding America.
Shop these sales (from A to Z) to support a good cause — and your favorite labels.
Use code GIVEBACK to get 20 percent off everything on the site. In return, the buzzy brand will donate 10 percent of proceeds to No Kid Hungry.
“Chelsea” dress, $398 (originally $498) at Cult Gaia
This cult-favorite handbag label is donating 15 percent of sales to Feeding America, Citymeals on Wheels and No Kid Hungry. Shop new arrivals like the “Miss Mini” and “Hot Box” bags or classic clutches like the “Jean” and “Flavia” styles.
All of the proceeds from Everlane’s 100 Percent Human Collection now go to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
“100% Human” french terry hoodie, $48 at Everlane
Lend a hand to Feeding America by purchasing the elegant “Everlyne” bracelet
— just one $40 bangle will supply a whopping 200 meals for families in need.
The NYC-based label has already donated $10,000 to the nonprofit Baby2Baby, and will continue to contribute 10 percent of all online sales to the group through April. Snap up work-from-home staples like the “Ista” top ($860) or “Helen” slip dress ($920).
This accessories brand invites shoppers to donate to No Kid Hungry directly from its website. While you’re there, score 30 percent off key pieces, including “Emilia” mules and a “Zadie” feather circle tote bag, each $245 (down from $350).
Parisian-inspired women’s label Loup is donating 15 percent of its online proceeds to Meals on Wheels. A pair of pink, wide-leg “Toni” jeans or a striped “Alma” dress ($172 each) will cheer up your spring wardrobe.
The jewelry brand will donate up to 25 medical masks with the purchases of select sale items, including the “Architect” cuff for $36 (originally $78) and “Clare” earrings for $22 (originally $58).
The bikini brand is donating 40 percent of proceeds from its white-sparkle “Kayla” top and “Kendal” bottoms to the CDC Foundation.
To encourage shoppers to stay home and practice social distancing, sunnies brand Rad + Refined launched an #InThisTogether collection, donating a portion of proceeds to various charities.
“Social Distancing” sunglasses, $55 at Rad + Refined
This LA label (known for its supersoft plaid shirts) is temporarily ceasing garment production to focus on making cotton masks for local communities and will also donate 10,000 medical-grade masks to hospitals across the country. The brand is donating a percentage of online purchases to No Kid Hungry and an additional $1 to the organization for every @rails repost on Instagram.
Add some bling to your lockdown look with the label’s “Circle of Life” diamond pendants, and 20 percent of sales will go to No Kid Hungry and Meals on Wheels.
“Circle of Life” 18-k white-gold diamond pendant, $1,140 at Roberto Coin
This female-founded, NYC-based brand is donating 10 percent of its e-commerce sales to God’s Love We Deliver, an organization that provides meals to people in need.
What could be better than a miniature version of your favorite meal? The beaded bagwear brand just launched “Mini Meals,” where shoppers can customize miniature versions of their most loved foods and proceeds from each purchase will go to No Kid Hungry.
Known for its affordable, handcrafted jewelry, Tai Jewelry is donating 20 percent of online sales to Feeding America.
For every online purchase, this trendy womenswear brand will make five masks for NYC hospitals (to be worn by staff not interacting with patients, thus saving medical-grade masks for docs). Even more of a reason to stock up on pretty pieces like the “Eden” dress for $319 and “Bette” knit top for $206.
Give back while shopping the brand’s new springtime favorites, including the flirty floral “Catalina” dress ($495). Twenty percent of all online purchases will be donated to Food Bank for New York City.
“Harbor” dress, $375 at Viva Aviva