Breast Cancer is taking two of our nation’s women from us every day, whilst one woman is diagnosed with the disease every two-three hours resulting in 3,500 Kiwis diagnosed each year.
To raise money for Breast Cancer research in New Zealand, a bunch of Kiwi designers have teamed up with Breast Cancer Cure to create a cosy-looking winter clothing collection.
The new Winter Collection features long-sleeve tees, crew-neck sweatshirts, hoodies, and a tech jacket all perfect for the winter months.
You might also see a familiar face modelling the new collection - our very own Sean Hill from Edge Nights!
We feel like proud parents over here.
Featuring Kiwi designers COOP, Juliette Hogan, Kathryn Wilson, Moochi, Nyne, Stella + Gemma, Storm, Trelise Cooper, and Tuesday the label, the new collection is something you’ll want to checkout to spruce up your winter wardrobe.
So many Kiwis have had an experience with Breast Cancer, whether it has been yourself, friends, or family, who have suffered from the disease, I think we can all agree it is such an important cause to get behind and support.
If you haven’t heard of Breast Cancer Cure before, they’re the only organization that is dedicated to finding a cure and making breast cancer a survivable disease.
The non-profit organization receives no government funding, meaning that projects like this are huge to raise funds for research to prevent, manage and cure breast cancer.
“This campaign generates so much heart, inspiration, and joy. Thank you for supporting us and donating your time This campaign is iconic because of people like you and our amazing NZ designers. I feel incredibly lucky to have you be part of this new winter edition, said Sonja de Mari, Breast Cancer Cure CEO.
We’re so proud of our guy Sean fronting such an important cause, we love to see it.
While the collection has soft-launched with a limited range of items available to pre-order now, you can shop the full range from the 19th of April.
Get behind it!
If you want to find out more about how you can support this incredible cause by donating or becoming a patron, click here.