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Moda Ecole: L.A.-based Haitian-American glove designer sends profits to Haiti


Moda Ecole: L.A.-based Haitian-American glove designer sends profits to Haiti

The earthquake in Haiti has personally affected couture glove designer Numa Perrier. As a first generation Haitian American, her parents' immediate families are those that are lost, those that are suffering and those that have been hit hard by the earthquake. In response, Perrier has created an "I Glove Haiti" T-shirt campaign, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to supplies and relief work in Haiti. To purchase an "I Glove Haiti" T-Shirt or learn more about Numa Perrier visit missnuma.com.

"Moda Ecole: L.A.-based Haitian-American glove designer sends profits to Haiti"

The earthquake in Haiti has personally affected couture glove designer Numa Perrier. As a first generation Haitian American, her parents’ immediate families are those that are lost, those that are suffering and those that have been hit hard by the earthquake. In response, Perrier has created an “I Glove Haiti” T-shirt campaign, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to supplies and relief work in Haiti. To purchase an “I Glove Haiti” T-Shirt or learn more about Numa Perrier visit missnuma.com.

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