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Shop Tory Burch, Kate Spade, Opening Ceremony to support Japan

Here are some more new fashion releases whose proceeds support the recovery of disaster-struck Japan.

US designer Tory Burch has released a Japan Relief t-shirt printed with little red dots and hearts, available online for $29. All proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross.

http://www.toryburch.com

New York concept store Opening Ceremony's tee ($30) resembles the Japanese flag, featuring the iconic red circle on white ground. All sales will benefit the American Red Cross.

http://openingceremony.us

Accessory designer Kate Spade has created a "New York Tote Bag" ($18), printed with a spade, a heart, and the red circle, whose proceeds will go to the Japanese Red Cross.

http://www.katespade.com

Finally, for all big spenders, the Council of Fashion Designers of America has put together an online auction at CharityBuzz.com, running April 5-28. The unique luxury packages include an invite to the Elton John Oscars party, a made-to-measure Tom Ford suit, and tickets to the Victoria's Secret runway show.

http://www.charitybuzz.com/auctions/fashionandfriendsforjapan

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