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Brands seek donations for Nepal from fashion industry

Brands are calling for donations from the fashion industry to help the people affected by the recent devestating earthquake in Nepal.

Ethical fashion label Komodo and accessories brand Kusan are leading the Brand Aid for Nepal initative, having made products in the country for many years.

They have gained support from other labels and retailers including Leeds-based home shopping retailer Joe Browns, womenswear brand Yumi, contemporary menswear and womenswear brand YMC and men’s and women’s brand Religion and have so far raised around a third of their £100,000 target.

They are urging other fashion retailers and labels to donate and promote the cause to help provide the much-needed aid to the people of Nepal.

To donate, please visit

Readers' comments (1)

  • Sirfraz Jamil

    Great to hear brands are involved in helping raise funds the recent Nepal disaster. We as a brand are also working on getting one of out products signed by Premiership football players and framed, with an aim to auction and raise funds as much as we can to donate to the appeal. Would be great to see how we can increase awareness and get as much as possible for the appeal.
    Great work and good luck with the continued fund raising!

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