As the cities of Ukraine are savaged by war, it's easy to feel a bit lost and helpless, but there are many ways to get involved and support the effort, and some help you wear your support on your sleeve.
These seven fashion brands are showing their support for the continued conflict in Ukraine by donating a portion or 100 percent of their proceeds to humanitarian aid organizations. Purchasing a bracelet, a t-shirt or a pair of leggings piece can mean food and shelter for the displaced, emergency aid for refugees and more.
Roxanne Assoulin has created a blue and yellow bead bracelet for buyers to show their support for Ukraine, and 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the UN Refugee Agency, helping to provide emergency shelter and life-saving aid to Ukraine refugees.
Looking for some new athleisure? Kinflyte is donating 100 percent of the proceeds for every pair of hi-rise neo pocket leggings sold to Care.org, an international humanitarian organization setting up emergency Ukrainian Crisis Funds that prioritize aid to women and children. The founder of Kinflyte has a strong connection to Ukrainian support, beginning their entrepreneurial journey at a Ukrainian start-up.
Made By Mary has created a special-edition disc necklace with a hand-drawn stamp of Ukraine and a heart inside the borders. Showing love and support for Ukraine, 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the International Rescue Committee. The committee provides on-the-ground support for displaced Ukrainian families by providing health care and child education, and by addressing inequalities for Ukrainian women and girls.
Elyse Ryan also created a beautiful blue and yellow bead bracelet, and will donate 50 percent of the accessory proceeds to the Jewish Federations of North America's Ukraine Crisis relief fund. Money will be distributed to support an array of rescue relief, including food, medicine and critical welfare needs.
Supercrush designed an entire collection to support the Ukraine war effort and its victims. The collection includes velvet, silk, and corduroy headbands and scrunchies, and 50 percent of all proceeds will go to organizations supporting the Ukraine crisis.
MISHO Designs is donating 100 percent of its proceeds from the #StandwithUkriane collection. Special edition Love Lockets will raise funds for humanitarian organizations and charities with the goal of supporting families affected by the war.