Liz Hurley dressed in pink to help Estee Lauder celebrate twenty years of its Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign
Liz Hurley looked gorgeous to help Estee Lauder celebrate twenty years of its Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign by lighting the Empire State Building in New York pink.
The model-turned-actress-turned-designer gave a brief speech about the importance of being aware of breast cancer before heading up to the 80th floor of the iconic landmark to pose for photographs alongside Estee Lauder’s executive chairman William Lauder.
Lauder said in a statement: ‘I am honored to dedicate this year’s BCA Campaign to my mother, Evelyn H. Lauder, a courageous pioneer who touched countless numbers of women and men with her breast health awareness message, raising millions of dollars to eradicate breast cancer from our lives.’
Estee Lauder boss Evelyn Lauder sadly lost her battle with cancer at the age of 75 last November.
Hurley, 47, wheeled out one of the many, many pink dresses she owns for the special occasion, which she teamed with simple nude heels.
She was also joined by her fiance, Shane Warne, who ventured up to the top floor of the Empire State to support Liz.
The star, who has worked with Estee Lauder for a decade, later wrote on her Twitter page: ‘Thanks to the wonderful organisers at the Empire State Building for letting us go up to the 103rd floor. Gulp.’