This women-led brand, known for their floaty, ethereal dresses in soft hues, has always had an ethical bent: Last week, they donated a portion of sales to Planned Parenthood, and have been promoting various causes on their social feeds, including This Is About Humanity, an organization dedicated to raising awareness about separated families at the U. S. -Mexico border.
With the coronavirus pandemic spreading rapidly up and down the West Coast, many members of the fashion community in Los Angeles and San Francisco have stepped up to support healthcare workers, produce reusable cloth masks, or donate a portion of their sales to local hospitals.
Los Angeles Apparel has been selling cotton face masks and donating thousands of them to healthcare workers up and down the West Coast.
CEO Amy Williams has produced and donated cotton masks (which can be used on their own or worn over N95 respirators) to City of Hope, Cedars-Sinai, Stanford Children’s Hospital, UCLA Health and other organizations.
Take a closer look at the West Coast designers to support now. https://t.co/D0g1UH6Clr— W Magazine (@wmag) April 4, 2020
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