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Olivia Palermo


Olivia Palermo is a fashion savant. The American beauty speaks like a typical California girl but surpasses every single one of the reality tv show girls from her past in terms of fashion. Her personal style is the epitome of French style. Her fitted pants, masculine shoes, minimal makeup and navy coat all together paint a picture of true chicness. 

While she’s often spotted with new handbags, she’s not the type to get stuck up on a particular brand because its a status symbol or because she’s paid to promote them. It seems like she just carries whatever she fancies and in this case, it was the Fendi mini Peekaboo bag. While the size looks perfect on her, keep in mind that she’s a tiny thing so if you order it, it may not look like a normal sized handbag on you. One of the funniest scenes from her show, The City, was when she went to Japan and all the petite ladies kept telling her how tiny her face is. Luckily, stoic Olivia just takes it in stride. 

COACH Donates Millions To Help Japan

Popular fashion brand Coach has donated 400 million yen (which is $5 million in American dollars) to the Japanese Red Cross Society.

Here are details about other wonderful people and organizations who are helping Japan……

jewelry designer Alexis Bittar who will donate 100% of the sales made on his website next week to the Catholic Relief Services for Japan.

Tadashi Yanai, president of Uniqlo is donating $12.2 million of his own fortune, $4.9 million from his company and $8.6 million in coats, jeans, towels and 300,000 pairs of its Heattech thermal underwear to victims.

Demi Lovato has donated $1 million of her own money to the relief cause.

The Walt Disney Company has committed $2.5 million in humanitarian aid to the victims.

Clint Eastwood and Warner Bros. have committed proceeds from Clint’s Hereafter DVD to Japan.

The New York Yankees have donated $50,000 to the Salvation Army and $50,000 to the Red Cross.

Jack Johnson, who is touring in Japan, has canceled his tour and is donating to Global Giving’s Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund.

Google CEO, Eric Schmidt, and his wife Wendy will match the first $100,000 donated via Citizen Effect to the American Red Cross.

Lady Gaga designed a white bracelet with red lettering that retails on her website for $5. She raised $250k in 48 hours.

Sandra Bullock donated $1 million to the American Red Cross.

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