Through Fashion Targets Breast Cancer seeks to raise vital money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer – with Debenhams more than happy to help.
You might have spotted the fabulous Red Herring dress that appeared in this week’s Made in Chelsea episode (once you get over the riverside drama of Spencer and Louise’s not-so-friendly break-up), which appeared in the catwalk show for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, hosted by cast-member-come-blogger, Rosie Fortescue.
In support of this worthwhile cause, 30% of this Red Herring dress is to be donated to the ongoing fight against breast cancer – just one of the gorgeous garments we have on offer in the range designed to help you ‘Wear Your Support’.
Each year 50,000 women in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer. Fashion Targets Breast Cancer raises awareness through this ‘Wear Your Support’ campaign, urging fashion lovers to unite against this disease.
Founded by Ralph Lauren in 1994 and now in its 17th year in the UK, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer urges women everywhere to join together to fight against this disease. Since the charity’s inception notable names such as Claudia Schiffer, Jerry Hall, Kate Moss and Elle MacPherson have all taken part and pledged their support.
This year, notable mother/daughter duos such as Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, Pearl and Daisy Lowe are fronting the campaign. Join them by showing your support – by wearing it – today.