"In 1994, I
challenged the fashion community to support Fashion Targets Breast
Cancer when it was first getting started," Lauren said in a statement.
"What began as the answer to one woman’s request has become a global
initiative that has raised millions of dollars for breast cancer
For the global link with Net-a-porter, Lauren has
created a limited edition shirt that will be sold exclusively on the site. It will go on sale at the beginning of September, and
will be the first in a series of exclusive designer pieces to be made
available on the site in the 12 months following the launch. All net
profits from the sale of the items will benefit FTBC.
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