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Fashion Targets Breast Cancer - How you can show your support

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer reaches it's 20th anniversary this year - we show you how you can do your bit and donate

Founded in 1994 by none other than Ralph Lauren, after he had lost a close friend to the disease, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer has gone on to do incredible things and raise millions worldwide.

The charity campaign launched in the UK in 1996 making this year the 20th anniversary of the powerful fashion movement. Some of the biggest names in the fashion industry such as Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Claudia Schiffer have been involved in the past, aiming to raise as much money as possible towards pioneering breast cancer research.

This year the campaign launches on 12th April running for a total of 6 weeks. With big high street brands such as Topshop, Marks & Spencer, Simply Be and River Island all taking part. Along with other brands they've created unique garments, accessories and beauty products to be sold for the cause. For each item you purchase a minimum of 30% will be donated to breast cancer research. So next time you're shopping keep a look out for these great pieces. That denim jacket you've been wanting for your summer wardrobe might just be your good deed of the day!

Topshop £45

M&S £15

River Island £24

Topshop £12

Simply Be £55

You don't just have to splash out on new clothes to donate, River Island have this bracelet available to show your support for just £2.

River Island £2

For more informaion and to find the full list of products available head to www.fashiontargetsbreastcancer.org.uk

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