British high street retailer Warehouse have teamed up with the UK's leading breast cancer charity, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, to release an exclusive T-shirt for the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Campaign. The T-shirt will be on sale nationwide and Online throughout April and will raise...

To celebrate ten years of the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign in Canada, Rethink Breast Cancer and Joe Fresh are once again teaming up to raise money for breast cancer research, education and support. 10 new "Rethink" apparel items will be available exclusively at select Joe Fresh...

com and Aamaya By Priyanka ring for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. Online luxury retailer favorite, My-Wardrobe.com has teamed with Aamaya by Priyanka to create an exclusive signature three stone ring (as seen above) in support of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. Aamaya by Priyanka as...

In fact, Georgia May Jagger has teamed up with the brilliant designer to pack a punch in aid of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. Probably, you have already oo-ed over the gorgeous new tote Georgia May Jagger's modelling, and guess what? Not only are all proceeds going to a good cause, but...

At about the same time, a new charitable campaign launched in the UK called Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. Every year they would release a cool t-shirt. Sometimes it was just the logo, then it started being designed by really famous fashion folks, then pin badges were launched and finally...

Good things seem to come in threes these days - just check out the campaign for this year's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer (FTBC). Leading the cause for 2011 are Cat Deeley, Karen Gillan and Sadie Frost, who model clothing provided by an array of retailers. These include M&S, River Island,...

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer is the flagship fashion campaign of Breakthrough Breast Cancer, a pioneering charity dedicated to the prevention, treatment and ultimate eradication of breast cancer. Fashion Targets Breast Cancer is a worldwide campaign inspired by Ralph Lauren in the USA who...

Posted by Helen Lee at 9:04 pm August 2nd, 2011 | 0 comments October is National Breast Cancer month around the world, and like other years previously, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Australia (FTBC) have launched a kick arse campaign spearheaded by fashion designer and former model Gail...

Ralph Lauren started the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer initiative back in 1994, and it just seems to get bigger and better each and every year. This year Marks and Spencer, River Island, Warehouse, Topshop, Coast, Laura Ashley, my-wardrobe.com and Debenhams have all designed unique pieces...

Breast Cancer. The three fashionable legends have come together to create three exclusive Chakra bracelets to celebrate the launch of the 2012 Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign.There are three different medals, with three different price points and each bracelet sold will see 30% of the...

 

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