Fashion Targets Breast Cancer 2014 launches on April 7. There are new celebrity ambassadors, and we’ll bring you news of those on the launch day. Last year Kelly and Sharon Osbourne were ambassadors.
The camoaign by the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity celebrates 20 years this year. It was launched back in 1994 by international fashion designer Ralph Lauren after losing a close friend to the disease. From then, he was inspired to use fashion to help breast cancer charities across the globe.
Since then some of the biggest names in fashion have shown their support, including Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, Kate Moss, Elle Macpherson, Georgia May Jagger and Kylie Minogue who have all joined forces with renowned photographers such as Mario Testino, Simon Emmett and Ellen Von Unwerth
Fashion Targets Breast Cancer raises vital funds for Breakthrough Breast Cancer through the sale of specially designed products. THis year they partner with Marks and Spencer, River Island, Warehouse, TopShop, Laura Ashley, SUperga and Debenhams,
Here are the items Debenhams have chosen this year for the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer 2014 campaign. Debenhams will give 30% of the sale of each of these items to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
Red Herring bikini top, £18, bottoms, £14, H! by Henry Holland skinny bleach jeans, £29.50, H! by Henry Holland broderie top, £20, H! by Henry Holland bracelets, £5 each.
Rocha.John Rocha patterned dress, £40, Red Herring prom dress, £45, Debut ruffle hem dress, £125.
All items available at Debenhams
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