Hope for Haiti: One Year Later

[tiImage width=”340″ height=”400″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2011/wrn/011211-haiti-340.jpg” credit=”Getty Images; Courtesy Photo” align=”right” border=”0″ alt=””]Today marks the one-year anniversary of the massive 7.0-magnitude earthquake that devastated Haiti. To help with the rebuilding, American Eagle Outfitters—together with the support of celebrities like Garcelle Beauvais (shown top), who was born in Haiti—now offers “Help Haiti Heal” T-shirts in stores, $15.50, proceeds of which go to raising funds for Haitian schools. Tracy Reese (shown bottom) is also helping the Haitian recovery efforts: The designer is selling bags, jewelry and crafts created by Haitian designers in her New York store and will host a shopping benefit on January 26th; a portion of the night’s proceeds will be donated to Haiti relief initiatives.

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Red Dresses Return to the Red Carpet

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Red returned to the red carpet as a welcome pop of bright color this winter. Cameron Diaz wore a scarlet one-shoulder knee-length dress by Azzaro last night to The Green Hornet premiere in Los Angeles; Rachel McAdams chose a Michael Kors crimson halter gown with leather trim for a recent Berlin appearance; Garcelle Beauvais attended a press event in a bold red sheath by Black Halo last week; and Carey Mulligan accepted her Best Actress award at the British Independent Film Awards last month in a red dress by Prabal Gurung. What is your favorite way to wear red? Tell us in the comments!

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