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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Think Pink!: Breast Cancer Awareness Month Shopping

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month educates women about the importance of early detection. More and more women are getting mammograms to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. As a result, breast cancer deaths are on the decline. Encourage the women in your life to get mammograms on a regular basis. For more information, call the Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization, (800) 221-2141.

Here are just a few fashionable items you can purchase to aid various organizations that help support, educate and treat women everywhere. So get shopping, ladies. Think pink!

-Señora Cartera

FTBC Ralph Lauren Polo Shirt
-classic Polo shirt featuring the FTBC (Fashion Targets Breast Cancer) logo in place of the traditional "Polo" logo.
-available in white, green, red, yellow and turquoise (pictured)
-net proceeds benefit FTBC and affiliated global charities
-$75 via Net-A-Porter

FTBC SCOOP Leather Ballet Flats
-black leather ballet flats featuring the FTBC logo on the inner sole
-100% of the proceeds benefit the FTBC initiative
-$98 via Scoop NYC

COACH Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month
-$100 from each COACH Breast Cancer Awareness Bridle Classic Watch ($298) will be donated to the BCRF
-20% from each BCRF Multi-Charm Keyfob ($58), BCRF Heart Charm ($38) and BCRF Heart Charm Lanyard ($48) benefits the BCRF (Breast Cancer Research Foundation)

MARC by Marc Jacobs Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Charm Bracelet
-multi-charm bracelet features a heart, wishbone and the classic "pink ribbon"
-50% of the retail price will benefit the Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization
-$88 via Shopbop


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