Zara just released their March Lookbook online and has updated their site to include a link to donate to Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières). Last time I checked the Zara site was in December before my trips to Singapore and Hong Kong. I wanted to grab a few things from the sold out Evening Holiday Collection and was curious to see how much the same items would cost abroad. At the time, Zara items were about 25% higher in Singapore.

Today, the situation is dramatically different with the aftermath of Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami, causing the Japanese Yen, Chinese Yuan, Hong Kong Dollar, and Singapore Dollar to suffer.

If you haven’t already donated to relief efforts, and are looking for a creative way to give, check out all the fashion companies stepping up to the plate to help gather donations:

Bergdorf Goodman – Earthquake Relief

Make a donation Bergdorf’s Facebook page via Charity Navigator for American Red Cross, Shelter Box, and Doctors Without Borders

Alexis Bittar Online Store

Make any online purchase next week for 100 percent of the proceeds to go to the Catholic Relief Services for Japan fund

Donation Boxes

Fast Retailing is also giving shoppers a way to help. All company-owned stores worldwide, including New York’s Uniqlo, Theory, and Comptoir des Cotonniers boutiques, will soon house donation boxes.