To celebrate the launch of her new fragrance, Mariah Carey’s Luscious Pink, Mariah is offering the ultimate design challenge for her fans.
Go to http://www.mariahcareybeauty.com and design a luscious pink dress for Mariah Carey herself.
Mariah will pick the design that perfectly captures the essence of Luscious Pink — feminine, sparkling, magical and sensual — and make it come to life.
Three dresses will be produced — one for Mariah to wear, one for the design winner, and one to be auctioned off to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure(R).
The ‘Luscious Pink’ dress design contest will run online at http://www.mariahcareybeauty.com through November 14, 2008.
Join H&M in the fight against cancer.
All U.S. H&M stores will accept donations from customers on behalf of the American Cancer Society (ACS) for the entire month of October 2008!
100% of the funds collected will be presented to the ACS at the end of the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer initiative in November 2008.
Visit your nearest H&M store to make your tax refundable donation because giving is always in fashion.
Find out how to walk with your favorite H&M store team at one of 47 local Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events this October.
It’s hard to forget that it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
You may have noticed this from the abundance of pink taking over your retail stores.
Or perhaps you read our feature on shopping pink.
This week’s featured item is the pink Lacoste polo for a country-club, preppy look that’s fresh and classic.
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Coach has launched a superbad line of accessories in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
This collection is bananas!
And we give it an A — for affordable.
Items start at $38.
Check them out.
You’re not a real fashionista if you’re not fascinated by pink!
Ok. That statement might be a bit of a stretch but it’s the time of year when pink makes a powerful statement.
When you’re shopping, be sure to pick up a pink thing (or two) and contribute to the fight against this stupid disease.
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Here’s an interesting story!
Eight Canadian designers put on a fashion show, revealing a collection entirely crafted from 100 per cent pure sheets of White Cashmere, “Canada’s best-selling bathroom tissue.” Read More »
One entertainer/actress is giving to the breast cancer cause through fashion. Read More »
Actress Emmy Rossum has signed on as PiNKiTUDE’s official spokesperson.
She will help the creators of PiNKiTUDE and Susan G. Komen for the Cure in sharing life saving breast health messages with young women everywhere through the PiNKiTUDE campaign.
You probably know the Golden Globe-nominated actress for her roles in “Mystic River” (as Sean Penn’s daughter), “The Phantom of the Opera” (as Christine) and “The Day after Tomorrow” (as Jennifer Ramsey).
In fact, she’ll appear in the campaign as Jennifer Ramsey.
A minimum of 5% of the sales of the modern fashion line targeting teen and young adult women will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, the global leader in the breast cancer movement.
A $10,000 pair of diamond-studded jeans had their debut last night in Los Angeles.
Konquest, a new clothing line, and the Key Closet collection by Michael Hong, unveiled the way-expensive denim to a packed house during the Summer Splash Runway Show at BOULEVARD3.
The night-time event benefitted the Breast Cancer Foundation.
For a long time I’ve wanted to support the fashion arm of breast cancer awareness campaigns.
But it seemed like all bags, t-shirts, sneakers, wristbands, etc. were not made for fashionistas who want their closets to ooze fabulosity. So I’ve settled for the pink ribbon–that’s it.
FINALLY, good news!
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