Give Twice: Dressbarn - O Magazine Bracelets - emi-jay.com
All I can say is incredible!... have you seen these O Magazine bracelets called "Margaret"? (pictured above) Each is $50 and seems to be from a past collection helping the Umoja women. These are so incredibly captivating and futuristic. Runway worthy wouldn't you say? Well O has just released a new collection of colorful bracelets which are sold at Macy's online, see O Magazine Bracelets-$45 to $35, which help women artisans not only in Rwanda Africa but in New Orleans as well. Be sure to read the article Sister Street by Liz Brody in the October issue of O magazine for the full details on this special collaboration.
Meanwhile Dressbarn has created a cute little toy dog which you can adopt at your local store for $5. called Biscuit. Kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, every little Biscuit you adopt will give back to the American Cancer Society.
Another feature in O Magazine was the cute creation of two 14 year old girls called EmiJay. A line of little hair ties that double as friendship bracelets, $13 each which are hand-dyed and created by Emily Matson (Emi) and Julianne Goldmark (Jay) in Los Angeles CA. 20% from each one sold is given to Locks of Love. You guys are amazing! As seen in O Magazine.
If you dig pink (or know someone who does) and need a heart rate meter check out the Mio Motiva, $100. which gives back a portion of proceeds to the cause Susan G. Komen for the Cure. As seen in Fitness magazine.
The quirky yet uber cool Have a Heart collection by Brooklyn artist Margaux Lange, created out of doll parts, will donate $5. from each sale of that specific collection to Susan G. Komen Foundation to help find a cure for breast cancer. As seen in Time Out New York.
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