Friday Fashion Feature: Blowing Dough For A Good Cause: "Shop 4 Haiti" Recap and held theShop 4 Haiti event last night at La Pomme nightclub in New York City. Thanks to incredible donations from some of the sites' favorite brands, it turned out to be a SUPER sample sale, with prices for product starting as low as $5.00.

Aleesha Smalls and Monee Perry (Rocawear/ and Boss Lady

Edmund Hon (Marketing Director, Eight 732)

Happy shoppers scoopin' up deals

The amazing DJ Miss Saigon, who donated her time on the night (check out her Louis Vuitton slipmats!)

Boss Lady with Datwon Thomas, Editor-In-Chief of

Bags from Rocawear and rows of sneakers from FILA

The club was turned into a pop-up shop for one night only!

Ebonne Jones ("Eb The Celeb") going through the racks's Laurrell Smith and Ericka Mitton help Kel Spencer package up his goods

Lovely ladies of Kiki and Laurrell Smith

Def Jam's Jamal Jimoh scanning the racks

Rikers (Blue Route/Stall & Dean), Karen Civil ( Live contributor/ and Boss Lady

Boss Lady with the inspirational Martine Cauthen, survivor of Haiti's earthquake, who spoke on the night and reminded everyone of the night's purpose. 100% of proceeds on the night were made into money orders that were sent to UNICEF today (see the image below) to assist their efforts with victims of Haiti’s devastating earthquake.

There were clothes left over on the night and we're currently looking at the best way to ship them to Haiti to those who need them. A huge thank you to those who came out and shopped, those who promoted the event on Twitter, Facebook, etc, and most of all, thanks to the amazing brands for allowing such a special event to take place: Flud Watches, Blac Label, Eight 732, Rocawear, Ed Hardy, Apple Bottoms, FILA, LRG, Frank 151, MilkCrate, Live Mechanics, Blue Route, DimePiece, COOGI, Les Halles, Hello Drama, William Rast, Siwy Jeans and LaROK. Check out just some of the fly gear that went for next to nothing:

You're Gonna Get Yours by DimePiece

 Gothic Glam Bag by Rocawear

Timeout Scoreboard Watch by Flud

Haiti needs us now more than ever...we must continue to show them we're here to do what we can.