The Fashion Industry Shows Support for Sandy Relief

November 13, 2012 1:15 PM

The Fashion Industry Shows Support for Sandy Relief

" The fashion industry is throwing its influence behind Sandy relief efforts around New York and the Northeast.

New York-based designer Michael Kors will donate $1 million to support the American Red Cross Disaster Relief fund, WWD reports.

“As a New York-based company, to see so many of our employees, customers and neighbors so greatly affected by Hurricane Sandy is unfathomable,” Kors told WWD. “Being a lifelong New Yorker myself, born and bred on the beaches of Long Island, to see this devastation and loss is heartbreaking "

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