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Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Launch at Jezebel

Alison  Joe and MJ

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer - Alison Joe and MJ

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer held it’s launch last week at the new club, Jezebel. I attended to because I’m always interested in getting myself into Jezebel and see some fashion friends that would be in attendance. This year Joe Fresh Style is selling the shirts for $12 at all Joe Fresh locations.

Amanda and Kristin

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer - Amanda and Kristin

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer (FTBC) began as the fashion industry’s response to breast cancer – a widely recognized effort that raises public awareness and funds to support breast cancer research, education and patient care. Inspired by Ralph Lauren in memory of his late friend Nina Hyde, The Washington Post columnist who died of breast cancer, the campaign centres around the sale of Target apparel reminding women to “target” their breast health. The target has been worn by such fashion icons as Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer and Helena Christensen.


Fashion Targets Breast Cancer firemen

Since its launch, FTBC has become the worldwide fashion community’s singular and most successful response to breast cancer. This incredibly simple and powerful awareness campaign has raised over $1.4 million in Canada alone over the past 8 years. Rethink Breast Cancer is the organization and inspiration behind FTBC Canada.


Fashion Targets Breast Cancer - The girls give us a show

Since Jezebel is a burlesque bar we were treated to a few dances. The girls were okay but they were no Dita. I think the concept of the bar is cute and I’m hoping that there are dancers in Toronto that will make us stand up and take notice.


Fashion Targets Breast Cancer - Getting interviewed


Fashion Targets Breast Cancer - The cupcakes

My favourite part of the night was the cupcakes. I think I had five of them, LOL.

Photos by Tom Sandler provided by Rock It Promotions.