KIAF: Kindness Is Always Fashionable Charity


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"Giving women an opportunity to work is my life's work. It leads to stronger communities, families, and voices. It gives women a freedom that can only come through providing for yourself."

- RR



THE LOVE BOMB COLLECTION

Change the direction of hate, celebrate love. Handmade by artisians from bomb fragments.

This collection is made by artists like Sao Tai in Laos from unexploded bomb material dropped during the Vietnam War. Each purchase empowers Sao Tai to earn an income and create a livelihood for herself while also clearing bomb littered land. With tenacity, love can accomplish miraculous deeds.
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Kiaf: Heart Of Haiti

A trip to Haiti helped lead to the Heart of Haiti collection and a chance to rebuild for Haitian artisans...

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Kiaf: Orphan Aid Africa

Keeping families together is the mission of OrphanAid Africa...

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Kiaf: Japan Tote

Japan was devastated by a tsunami and earthquake that killed over 18,000 people and left over 300,000 people without homes. Rachel created a tote...

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Kiaf: The Pakistan Tote

Designed to help benefit the relief efforts for Pakistan, the Rachel Roy Kindness Is Always Fashionable tote brought together the fashion community...

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Give Back: Charity: Water

For my 36th birthday, I asked my friends, family and supporters to give the gift of water through organization, charity: water. charity: water...

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Kiaf: Rachel Roy X Piece & Co

A small capsule collection can have a big impact on a community...

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FEED INDIA

Rachel partnered with Lauren Bush Lauren & FEED Projects to create a tote that would help feed school children in India along with create jobs for Indian artisans.

IMPACT:
970 units sold 200,000 meals provided to school children in India