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If you live in NY you know a lot of the bang bang clothes and kicks come from either Brooklyn or Canal Street, its the best place to go if you want to know what you shouldn’t rock, like Jordans in colorways that were never made and blinged out Ed Hardy shirts (which I wouldn’t even rock if they were real). Its seems for once the counterfeiters actually helped because Seven truckloads of confiscated counterfeit designer clothes and shoes — Ed Hardy, Nike and Diesel among the imitation brands — are headed to earthquake victims in Haiti.

The 125,000 tons of clothing and shoes, valued at $10 million, were seized by New York police and would normally be destroyed, but in this case, the contraband will go to good use.

“Permission was obtained from manufacturers, including Nike, Timberland, Antik Denim Jeans, Black Label and Christian Audigier, to allow the knockoffs to be donated to charity,” Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes told CNN affiliate WPIX.

Hynes’ office came up the idea. It was decided the goods, warehoused for a while, would come to better use in Haiti.
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The international charity World Vision has agreed to deliver the items donated by the Brooklyn authorities.