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This weekend, Fashion Delivers will host a pop-up shop on Staten Island for victims of Hurricane Sandy. WWD reports that it will be set up like a tradeshow, with a million dollars worth of donated merchandise for men, women, and children. (The article adds that both Ralph Lauren and Aéropostale are among the contributors.)
And to make sure that all of those in dire need get to take advantage of the event, attendees must have a FEMA number and are required to preregister. However, Fashion Direct is still eagerly looking for volunteers if you'd like to participate. The event begins tomorrow and runs through Christmas Eve; head to the website for more info.
· Fashion Delivers Hosts Hurricane Pop-Up Shop [WWD]
· Fashion Delivers [Official Site]