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Anna Sui Shirts Aid Japan

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Anna Sui has created two T-shirts—one in black and one in lavender—to benefit Japan. Available online and in her New York stores right now, 100% of the proceeds from the sales of the shirts—the black one is $20 and the lavender one is $40 also $20—will go to benefit Japan's disaster relief efforts. Created by Sui with artist Dean Landry, the shirts will ship to buyers April 15th. [Racked Inbox]