Uniqlo is often called "the Japanese H&M," but today they announced a project that might make them "the Fashion Red Cross." Starting in March, you can drop off old or unused clothing at any Uniqlo store, and it will be shipped to refugee camps in Thailand and Nepal. Right now, the program is slated to only happen in Japan, but Fashionista thinks this is a great idea, and encourages those running the New York store to initiate a similar program here. Meanwhile, you can donate your old clothes to Dress for Success, the Salvation Army, or the Multiple Sclorosis Association of America. In other Uniqlo news, casting directors finalize their choices for the next campaign faces this week - in the running to join Jessica Joffe and Paz de la Huerta are a very cute DJ, an underage Californian, and a former blonde model, all of whom could end up on the side of a bus, Carrie Bradshaw style, within six months.
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