Buy Designer Denim For Breast Cancer Awareness!

10/03/2007 at 11:00 AM ET

courtesy J & Company and Frankie B Denim

If you have been looking for an excuse to buy designer jeans, now’s your chance. Two major denim brands have teamed up with Breast Cancer Awareness foundations to help the cause. Frankie B. owner and founder, Daniella Clarke, has collaborated with emerging artist Maya Hayuk to create limited edition jeans to benefit the Breast Cancer Awareness organization Y-ME, whose mission is to ensure that through information, empowerment and peer support no one faces breast cancer alone. Each pair of jeans, with a rainbow on one pocket and a unique design on the other, will retail for $196 with $40 from each purcahse will go to the Y-ME organization. Get a pair at If you want to just clearly show your support, go with celeb-favorite J & Company’s special Breast Cancer Awareness jeans, adorned with a sparkly pink and white breast cancer ribbon on the back pocket to benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation, which works to save lives by increasing awareness of breast cancer through education and by providing mammograms for those in need. For each pair of jeans sold at $150, $35 will be given to the cause. Get your pair of J & Company Breast Cancer jeans at Keep checking back through out October for more products to benefit Breast Cancer Awareness.

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ALY on

the ones on the left are so cute. The pair on the right is way to hippie-ish. The 70’s are ova!

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