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E-commerce Site Able Made Gearing Up for Holidays

Loomstate and Whit are among the collaborators to have created exclusive items for the the socially responsible e-tailer.

WILLING AND ABLE: Loomstate’s Scott Mackinlay Hahn, Melissa Joy Manning, Apple’s creative director Alan Dye and Whit’s Whitney Pozgay are among the collaborators joining forces with the socially responsible e-commerce site Able Made. They have created exclusive items for the e-tailer, which aims “to offer products that make others more able” by supporting select charitable causes.

A Loomstate hoodie, Whit clutch and Dye-designed UnderConsideration water bottle are among the items to be sold. Loomstate will also be behind Able Made’s private label, including the Able Made Power in Numbers T-shirt that can be preordered on the site. Twenty percent of the proceeds from that item will benefit the The Ucal McKenzie Breakaway Foundation, a foundation started five years ago by Able Made’s founder and chief executive officer Suzanne McKenzie.

This story first appeared in the October 31, 2013 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.

In December, Able Made plans to open a pop-up shop in a yet-to-be disclosed store in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood and will help organize gifting parties and designer meet-and-greets during the holidays, she said.

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