Typhoon Haiyan’s done a number on the hearts and homes of our fellow earth-dwellers — and in the spirit of love-thy-neighbor, no matter how far their front doors lie from ours, we’ve partnered with the Real Medicine Foundation to support their ongoing relief efforts in the wake of the catastrophic storm.
We’re sending 10% of room rates their way for reservations booked with the code REAL at Ace Hotel New York, London, Palm Springs and Downtown Los Angeles for the foreseeable future. Pass it on. 


Typhoon Haiyan’s done a number on the hearts and homes of our fellow earth-dwellers — and in the spirit of love-thy-neighbor, no matter how far their front doors lie from ours, we’ve partnered with the Real Medicine Foundation to support their ongoing relief efforts in the wake of the catastrophic storm.

We’re sending 10% of room rates their way for reservations booked with the code REAL at Ace Hotel New York, London, Palm Springs and Downtown Los Angeles for the foreseeable future. Pass it on. 


Today marks the two year anniversary of Japan’s Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, March 11, 2011. Areas hardest hit are still struggling to repair, rebuild and heal. Remember our human family in Japan and reach out to help. You can donate directly to The Real Medicine Foundation, or pick up a shirt by Kenzo Minami on our shop — 100% of proceeds go to support and relief efforts. Kenzo says this about the shirt’s message:
"It is about ‘Re:’ in terms of ‘Reply’ — our reply to the tsunami and our response to Japan (which is this charity itself and collectively to help the world and give on a larger scale). Also, Japan will need a lot of ‘Re____’ from now on: ‘Rebuild,’ ‘Restart,’ ‘Reboot,’ ‘Recharge’ and more."

Today marks the two year anniversary of Japan’s Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, March 11, 2011. Areas hardest hit are still struggling to repair, rebuild and heal. Remember our human family in Japan and reach out to help. You can donate directly to The Real Medicine Foundation, or pick up a shirt by Kenzo Minami on our shop — 100% of proceeds go to support and relief efforts. Kenzo says this about the shirt’s message:

"It is about ‘Re:’ in terms of ‘Reply’ — our reply to the tsunami and our response to Japan (which is this charity itself and collectively to help the world and give on a larger scale). Also, Japan will need a lot of ‘Re____’ from now on: ‘Rebuild,’ ‘Restart,’ ‘Reboot,’ ‘Recharge’ and more."


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