As you start to get cabin fever you may be daydreaming about the day you can get back into a bikini. But before you start your bikini hunt, you may want to consider an option that lets you look great and help Haiti at the same time!
In an effort to ease the suffering of those on the earthquake-ravaged island, 25 percent of every sale of swimwear designer Melissa Odabash‘s Haiti bikini will be donated to Unicef to help with Haiti relief, Vogue reports.
“Each season, I name the styles in the Melissa Odabash swimwear collection after holiday or island resort locations,” Melissa told Vogue.com. “This year, I had already named a bikini Haiti, and it seems only fitting that 25 percent made on the sale of this bikini should go directly to Unicef to help the people of Haiti rebuild their homes and their lives.”
The bikini will be available all-season long and will continue to help Haiti with the profits.