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Rowing Blazers Will Donate Proceeds to Australian Bushfire Relief

Contributing to the fashion industry’s larger support effort.

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Rowing Blazers Will Donate Proceeds to Australian Bushfire Relief

Contributing to the fashion industry’s larger support effort.

Joining Kering brands such as Gucci, Saint Laurent and Bottega Veneta, New York-based label Rowing Blazers has announced that it will donate funds to support the relief of Australia’s bushfire crisis.

100 percent of the proceeds from Rowing Blazers’ four Australia Superweight Heavy Rugby Shirts will go directly to WIRES, the continent’s largest wildlife rescue organization. The initiative is part of fashion’s larger effort to support Australia at this time, including Kering’s donation of $1 million AU to various local organizations and PVH Corp’s $100,000 AU contribution to the Australian Red Cross Disaster and Recovery Fund.

Rowing Blazers’ Australia Superweight Heavy Rugby Shirts are available online for $195 USD. If you’re looking to further support Australia’s relief efforts, here are some organizations you can donate to.

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