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NEW YORK—To benefit Aid for AIDs International (AFAI),
an advocacy program that focuses on the Latin community a non-profit providing access to treatment, education, HIV prevention strategies, and tools for advocacy, Marc Jacobs has created a line of six t-shirts with all proceeds benefiting the cause. The tees feature adorable and inspirational designs drawn by children enrolled in AFAI's programs in Latin America and the Caribbean. For those looking for Marc's personal touch—a custom Jacobs-design AFAI logo is on the back. The tees are just $35 each and will be available online and in all Marc Jacobs (including Marc by Marc) stores next week. [Racked Inbox]
EAST HAMPTON—Canadian basics retailer Joe Fresh is taking the roundabout way to opening its Flatiron store—stopping in East Hampton with a series of pop-up shops instead. Starting this weekend, you may want to consider finding a way out to the Hamps because the deliciousness that is Coolhaus will be offering free ice cream sandwiches in the pop-up shop from 1pm to 4pm on the following Saturdays: July 9 and 23; August 6 and 20; and September 3. [Racked Inbox; Previously]