Now we can all do with a new lip balm for the sunshine – yes it is shining – and so if you are going to buy a new one… make sure you buy this one from M&S and ALL the proceeds go to breast cancer research.
For just £3 – you get this lip balm and help raise money for charity. What’s not to like?
So if you make one purchase this week – make sure it’s this one.
Fashion Targets Breast Cancer – the UK’s most powerful charity fashion campaign, which has now launched in the UK, helping to raise vital funds for leading charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
This year’s campaign is all about empowering women to make a difference, Wear Your Support and help us stop people getting, and dying from, breast cancer.
As always, the charity teamed up with fashion’s finest high-street brands, Marks & Spencer, River Island, Warehouse, Topshop, Laura Ashley, Debenhams and Superga, who have all launched exclusive pieces which carry a minimum 30% donation to the charity.
The collection embodies the best of Spring/Summer 2014 – showcasing pastels at their finest, the Pastel Sundae collection brings a fresh burst to Spring/Summer wardrobes, while the On Target selection makes monochrome magical with the campaign’s key colours, and last, but certainly not least, the super-relaxed Breezy Daze trend brings an effortless yet chic twist to your everyday look.
CELEBRITY POSTER FACES
Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill, multi-platinum selling artist Emeli Sandé, pictured left, and model Laura Bailey have all been selected to front the cause, urging the chic and stylish up and down the country to ‘Wear Your Support’ with pride.
Celebrating strong British role models, these inspirational icons from the worlds of sport, fashion and music follow in the footsteps of campaign alumni Kylie Minogue, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. Just head over to the lookbook where you can download the high-res images and full press release.
In addition to our poster faces we’ve teamed up with some very exciting names – E4’s Made in Chelsea star Rosie Fortescue, pictured left, fashion critic and TV presenter Antonia O’Brien, ex-Burberry model and photographer Morwenna Cobbold and DJ Deanne Oliver-Evans have all joined the iconic campaign once again along with 2014’s new recruits, model Eunice Olumide, MTV presenter and model Lilah Parsons, celebrity stylist Alex Longmore, and stylist and TV presenter Brix Smith-Start.
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