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Pamela Love's T-Shirt for Haiti; Anthropologie Goes Local

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EVERYWHERE—New York jewelry designer Pamela Love has a creepy-awesome aesthetic and an abiding love for themes (you might recall her Where the Wild Things Are and True Blood collections.) For her latest project, she's designed a hand-drawn skull t-shirt to benefit relief efforts in Haiti. The shirts, from Alternative Apparel, come in black and white and cost $20, and net proceeds go to a charity supporting earthquake victims. [Previously; Racked Inbox]

MEATPACKING DISTRICT—The Thread reports that the Anthropologie opening this Friday in the Chelsea Market will carry a bunch of local brands. Look for reworked vintage from Some Odd Rubies and Geminola, plus Carol Horn's hand-painted denim and Reverie's jewelry. They'll also stock jewelry from defunct French label Woloch of Paris. [The Thread]

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