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How the industry supports A Common Thread

By Partner

Apr 21, 2020


A Common Thread, the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund fundraising initiative, provides much-needed support to American fashion businesses impacted by the economic fallout from COVID-19. In wake of the epidemic, the fashion industry has proven to be a true community by collectively rallying behind A Common Thread. See some of the creative ways that members of the industry are giving back to the industry they consider their home and join them in supporting A Common Thread!

Tom Ford

The CFDA Chairman is donating 10 percent of all online sales from his website to A Common Thread!


For one week, the fashion discovery and shopping marketplace app for fashion-conscious consumers donated $1USD from every download of its app’s fee to the ACT initiative. Check out FASHWIRE to see how it is continuing to support COVID-19 relief efforts!

Jonathan Cohen

The designer has launched a chic digital floral shop at his website, offering a variety of floral arrangements hand-drawn by Cohen himself with a personalization option. A donation of 30 percent from each purchase is made to one of four charitable organizations, including A Common Thread.

Chloe Gosselin

15 percent of proceeds from the designer’s online archive sale will benefit A Common Thread.

Moda Operandi

This week, the online retailer will donate 15 percent of proceeds from full-price sales to three organizations supporting communities in the collective fight against COVID-19: A Common Thread, Direct Relief, and Baby2Baby.

Ana Khouri

The sale of the designer’s brilliant Diamond Mirian Earrings benefited the program.