Breast Cancer Awareness Collection
Lane Bryant X BCRF (Breast Cancer Research Foundation)
Lane Bryant, a women’s special size apparel brand unveiled a limited-edition, BCRF collection. The annual collection includes pajamas, sweats, undergarments, and jewelry. For the latest campaign, meanwhile, breast cancer survivors appeared in the photoshoots. That made a meaningful campaign in October, Pink Month known for breast cancer awareness month.
The collaboration is designed to raise funds and awareness for life-saving research. 10% of every collection purchase goes directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation up to $200,000. With over $3 million in total funding to date, Lane Bryant has brought BCRF’s impact to life since the partnership in 2017.
The collection offers stylish and high-quality items for women in sizes 12-28. From fashion-forward apparel to accessories, the wide selection of items will be ready for whatever mood you’re in. Ranging from soft shades of pink, grey, and fuchsia pink, the color palette provides feminine looks. They are lively, lovely, and cool at the same time.
Brahmin X NCBF (National Breast Cancer Foundation)
Brahmin launched Pixie Dust Collection in honor of national breast cancer awareness month. The brand will donate 10% of the purchase price from the Pixie Dust Collection to the National Breast Cancer Foundation until October 31. Additionally, customers can donate $5 to NCBF and get 20% off one full-price item (minimum $250) in a retail location.
Brahmin’s dazzling collection consists of purses, handbags, and accessories. Overall, the pink items are enriched with delicate textures and details.
Pretty pink-hued bags and purses feature textured leather that gives off a stylish vibe. Combining elegance and practicality, the items also have a spacious interior and organizational pockets.
Since 2013, Brahmin has partnered with NCBF to raise funds to support NCBF’s mission to promote breast cancer awareness and education. Also, the partnership offers free screening services and supports breast cancer patients and survivors.
Featured image via Lane Bryant