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Brands Give Back: Aventura Mall Brands Dedicated to COVID-19 Relief

Aventura Mall is proud to feature brands dedicated to making positive contributions to our world. In the wake of COVID-19, numerous brands with Aventura Mall have gone the extra mile to contribute to relief amidst the crisis. Here are a handful of admirable contributions:

Carolina Herrera

Production at Carolina Herrera has shifted to support the creation of hospital gowns in collaboration with local health authorities. Every day, the brand’s team collects raw materials from specialized health institutions, uses a pattern that has been digitized to cut and tailor the garments, and delivers the final product for sterilization. The iconic designer plans to meet the changing needs of our doctors, hospitals, and nurses. You can watch a video of this incredible work on the brand’s Instagram account here. 

Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo recently launched a weekly “Choo Sketch” initiative on Instagram. Creative Director Sandra Choi invited the Jimmy Choo community to join in an artistic conversation by sketching their fantasy shoe designs. Sandra will be shortlisting ten sketches to be put to a final vote on the brand’s Instagram page @JimmyChoo, where winners will be announced on June 8th.  The five finalists will then see their dream shoe brought to life as a capsule of five styles that will be part of a forthcoming collection with all proceeds donated to a charity within the Jimmy Choo Foundation. Additionally, each week a new sketch will be posted by Sandra that symbolizes a message of positivity, like this one, titled “Gratitude.”


Renowned denim brand Levi’s announced via company letter that it will donate $3 million to support communities that have been impacted by the virus. In addition, Levi’s is lifting people’s spirits directly through a daily Instagram Live concert series titled “5:01® Live.” Read the full company letter here for more details.


A leading athletic company, Adidas has donated more than $3 million to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and is also producing nearly 20,000 3D-printed face shields per week for U.S. frontline workers.


As part of its “Be Well” initiative, Nordstrom resolved to aid in COVID-19 relief through mask production. The retailer dedicated members of its own, in-house alterations teams to sew 100,000+ masks for Providence Health, a healthcare services provider with hospitals and offices across six states.

Michael Kors

The iconic fashion brand, along with personal contributions from founder and Chief Creative Officer Michael Kors and CEO John Idol, are donating $2 million towards local COVID-19 relief efforts. The contributions will support two of NYC’s largest hospital systems—NYU Langone Health and New York-Presbyterian Hospital. 


Long-admired for its luxury skin and hair products, Kiehl’s made a massive impact with its donation of 500,000 meals to the COVID-19 Response Fund of Feeding America. The hunger-relief organization has a nationwide network of food banks. 


A favorite among children, Disney has been creating clothing and toys for decades, many of which can be enjoyed at the Aventura Mall Disney store. In the wake of COVID-19, the clothing and merchandise brand has donated over one million cloth masks to underserved children and families throughout the U.S.


Known for its popular, handmade cosmetic products, Lush has donated thousands of scent-free soaps to hospitals, airports, and frontline workers.

Armani Exchange

The respected Armani Group converted all production at its Italian factories to manufacture single-use medical overalls. Armani has donated about $2.2 million to hospitals in Milan, Rome, Bergamo, Piacenza, and Versilia and to the Italian civil protection agency.


These are just some of the many examples of brands at Aventura Mall that are supporting COVID-19 relief efforts. To learn more about these brands and where to find them in Aventura Mall, follow the links above!

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