Think Pink: Fashion for Breast Cancer

10/17/2006 at 11:52 AM ET

As promised, we have rounded up some more fashionably pink products to benefit breast cancer including this Oscar de la Renta’s “Key to the Cure” exclusively designed T-Shirt for Saks Fifth Avenue (left).

For more information on Breast Cancer Awareness, visit the Susan G. Komen Foundation or the American Cancer Society.

Click through to the next page for this week’s products, buying and charity information.

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1. “Key to the Cure” T-Shirt by Oscar de la Renta, $35, exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue. $31 from the sale of each T-Shirt will benefit the EIF Woman’s Cancer Research Fund.

2. Pink Coach Multi-Charm Keyfob, $58, available at Coach is giving 20% of the proceeds from each keyfob sale to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

3. Coach Gallery Breast Cancer Watch, $398, also available at Coach will donate $100 from each sale to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation now through December 31st.

4. Olive and Bette’s “Life” T-Shirt, $45, available at Olive and Bette’s is giving 100% of the proceeds to the Women at Risk fund.

5. Scoop Leather Ballet Flats, $98, available at Scoop will give 100% of the proceeds to Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.

To see more of our favorite pink products click here

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Amber on

I like this shirt, it’s very cute.

D on

I think this is a ploy to get women to buy from certain designers and brands. Check out the most recent TIME magazine – breast cancer researchers hardly see a dime of the money we so quickly through out for a “pink ribbon item.” Money is better spent simply donating to the cause than having 20 cents given to some obscure company out of the $25 you spend on a shirt you might wear once, in October.

Wolfy on

Think I’ll go buy a blue shirt I like somewhere else that I can afford and send a nice donation to cancer research so that they get the complete amount.

Some of those “donations” from purchase aren’t as much as you think…only $100 from a watch that is costing nearly $400? I don’t think so…Timex is still cheap, reliable and the rest can be sent to cancer research (or any other charity to whom you wish to donate).

rachel on

the shirt pictured and the other products are great: they are cute, relatively inexpensive, and go to charity. good job!

Tina on

I think these negative comments are uncalled for. I guess you have never lost a loved one to breast cancer. Did you not read the fact that $31.00 of the $35.00 charge for the shirts go to the breast cancer society??? I only hope you are never stricken by this horrible disease. I am proudly wearing my shirt. I will do anything I can to help make women more aware of the fact that we are all candidates for breast cancer.


Andrea on

Please get your facts straight before posting a comment. Visit and get informed. I personally raised $1800 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and I KNOW that 100% of that money is going to finding a cure. Have you made a donation? Wearing the T-shirts and pink ribbons raises awareness…

Elle on

This shirt is so cute! I love Oscar de la Renta, and this goes to a great cause!

James Thomas on

Breast Cancer as with other types of cancer, can be prevented by early intervention..”

Blake Rogers on

we can always prevent cancer by regular self-breast exams:*’

Isla Watson on

Breast Cancer is one of the diseases that affects most women but it can be detected early and treated early too-“-

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