If you've been contemplating a splurge on a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes or bag, now's a good time to move forward.
WWD reports that from April 5 through the end of the month, it will donate 15 percent of the net sales from all small leather goods sold through its 72 boutiques and website to the Japanese Red Cross.
Jimmy Choo joins a growing list of designers and retailers, including Gap, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Alexis Bittar, and Rebecca Minkoff, donating profits to the country, which suffered a devastating earthquake and tsunami last month.
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