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J.Crew Launches Adorable Charity Collection

07/31/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

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Courtesy J.Crew

J.Crew is giving back!

Now when you shop their classic yet modern kids clothing, you can actually help out a good cause.

The retailer just launched its new Garments for Good program, teaming up with Friends of the High Line for a super cute collection of tees, onesies, sweatshirts, totes and charm bracelets ($15 – $78).

Each piece features a design inspired by the High Line, an elevated freight railway in N.Y.C. that was saved from demolition and transformed into a beautiful public park.

Added bonus: 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the non-profit to help keep the space clean for all visitors.

“We hope New Yorkers will wear these shirts with pride, knowing that every purchase connects them to our city’s creative energy and the High Line,” says Joshua David, co-founder of Friends of the High Line.

“We commend J.Crew for utilizing their creative resources to support a cause that is such an integral part of the community.”

To see the full collection, go to jcrew.com.

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