Fashion gets charitable

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  • Our favourite fashion destinations get charitable this April

    Charity gets seriously fashionable this month, with a host of our favourite shopping spots getting in on some philanthropic action.

    All in aid of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer (FTBC), a worldwide initiative founded by Ralph Lauren in 1994, this year the stylish fundraising reaches new levels, with an amazing array of products on offer raising funds for the cause.

    First up, and from today Topshop has launched a limited edition tee, modelled by style industry darling, Jourdan Dunn.

    Seriously fashion-forward this is a piece that won’t just benefit charity, but your wardrobe as well!

    Speaking on the campaign, the Brit It-model commented, ‘I’m really happy to support Fashion Targets Breast Cancer – they do brilliant work and help save lots of women’s lives.’

    Over at My-wardrobe, and you can choose from a selection of six products, ranging from this chic Lulu Guinness patent bag, to Nudie black jeans, a By Malene Birger white blazer, or a Kirsty Doyle black asymmetric cocktail dress, and from every sale, the online fashion haven will donate 30% to the charitable endeavour.

    Other retailers getting in on the act include Marks & Spencer, Coast, Warehouse, River Island and more, so be sure to look out for the products, hitting stores throughout April.


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