16 fashion brands that are supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Fashion brands are giving back this October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women in the U.S., and more than 3.1 million have a history of the disease as of January 2018. This October, your favorite fashion brands—from Ralph Lauren to Torrid to Stella McCartney—are helping the fight against breast cancer with limited-edition products that deserve a spot in your closet.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’ve compiled a list of brands that are helping organizations such as the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Keep a Breast Foundation this October. Who says you can’t upgrade your closet and assist charity, too?
Shop these 16 fashion brands benefitting breast cancer research and resources below.
Guess Watches partnered with the Get in Touch Foundation to release the Sparkling Pink Watch ($95), which assists in the distribution of the Daisy Wheel, a tool designed to teach women the eight steps of performing a self-exam. A portion of proceeds are directed to the foundation.
Support the nonprofit BeYOUtiful Foundation through its online shop. 100% of the proceeds will aid the organization, which works to provide a support system of cancer resources.
Fashion designer Tamara Mellon will offer free mammograms all over Los Angeles from now through October 10th to women, regardless of insurance status. Additionally, they will take part in a social media campaign that aims to encourage women to get checked with the hashtag #loveyourmellons to receive the Love Your Mellons tee (shown above).
For every purchase of the pink versions from The Escobar ($29.95), The Candy ($29.95), The Artist ($29.95), and The Georgian ($29.95), Privé Revaux will donate 50% of proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
8New York & Company
Proceeds of New York & Company’s Glitter Heart Tee, the Love Graphic Tee, and the Fight Together Tee ($12.95, each) will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation with a guaranteed minimum donation of $50,000.
9The Daily Edited
For the month of October, The Daily Edited partnered with illustrator But Like Maybe on a limited-edition collection (which includes phone cases, pouches, and bags) that will benefit the National Breast Cancer Association.
For every purchase from the Pink Pony collection, Ralph Lauren will donate 25% of proceeds to the Pink Pony Fund of the Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation or international networks of cancer charity.
11Alex and Ani
Proceeds of Stella McCartney’s Rose Romancing Soft Cup Bra ($145) will benefit charities such as the Linda McCartney Centre in Liverpool, the Hello Beautiful Foundation in London, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in the U.S.