Shopaholics get ready, breast cancer charity ‘Breast Cancer Now’ has launched their new annual campaign where donations will go towards their life-saving research.
The campaign, ‘Fashion Targets Breast Cancer’ is featured from some of the biggest high street retailers there is, including M&S, River Island, Simply Be and Debenhams. The charity has been teaming up with some of the biggest names in retail since 1996, and the range this year has been picked exclusively, by buying a piece from the collection you will be ‘making a statement’ towards the campaign.
Shoppers of the collection will also be supported by some of the best Instagram and other online platform stars who know all things fashion. It is not only personal for them, but it could be personal for you too, whether you have a personal connection to breast cancer or simply want to show your support, you can do so in style.
Some of the influencers involved are: Erica Davies who runs blog, ‘The Edited’, Emma Thatcher,of ‘A Style Album’, Natalie Lee, of ‘Style Me Sunday’, Fran Bacon, of ‘The Fashion Lift’, Kat Farmer, of ‘Does My Bum Look 40?’, as well as Tia Ward, Simran Randhawa and Diana Sirokai.
The campaign consists of a range of stunning clothing, all of which are perfect for Spring/Summer, with florals, strips, frills and so much more. Not only are there a range of materials, there is a piece for every occasion including day dresses, swimwear, casual tees, accessories and blazers.
If the stunning styles are not tempting enough, a huge 30% of each collection goes towards the campaign and ensuring its wonderful research continues. The collection is incredibly reasonable, ranging from £3 to £49, a small price to pay to go towards huge changes.
The campaign will last for six weeks, so make sure you show your support. If you would like to see more of the collection you can do so below.