Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Net-a-Porter launches Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

In an effort to bring women together all over the world to support a worthy cause, NET-A-PORTER.COM, in partnership with The Council of Fashion Designers of America/CFDA Foundation Inc., is launching FASHION TARGETS BREAST CANCER ® (FTBC) WORLDWIDE. This year-long initiative will feature a series of limited-edition FTBC branded products by some of the world’s leading international designers, for sale exclusively at NET-A-PORTER.COM, to raise breast cancer awareness as well as fundraise for FTBC.

NET-A-PORTER kicks off this global program today with the launch of an iconic FTBC WORLDWIDE polo shirt designed exclusively by Ralph Lauren. Buy one now for £55/€80/$75, and all net proceeds will be donated to Fashion Targets Breast Cancer ® WORLDWIDE, where they will benefit local breast cancer charities around the world in support of the on-going global campaign to find a cure.

Plus, visit NET-A-PORTER’s dedicated FTBC “store,” featuring need-to-know facts about breast cancer, unique merchandise, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of the FTBC ad campaign, featuring the Ralph Lauren-designed polo shirts worn by top models.

This is a great cause! Spread the word :)

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