"Something Pink"


For the second consecutive year, Brides Magazine is spearheading a national effort to mobilize the bridal fashion community in joining the fight against breast cancer. Twenty-one leading designers have each created a wedding dress with a “Something Pink” theme.

This stunning collection will be sold in salons nationwide through July 2009, with a portion of sales benefiting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).

The November/December issue of Brides, on sale October 14, will include a 23-page fashion portfolio showcasing gowns by Alfred Angelo, Amsale, Anjolique, Anne Barge, Atelier Aimee, Badgley Mischka Bride, Carolina Herrera, Christos, Claire Pettibone, David's Bridal, Eve of Milady, Kenneth Pool, Mon Cheri Bridals, Monique Lhuillier, Mori Lee, Romona Keveza, Reem Acra, Sophia Tolli, Vera Wang, Vineyard Collection and Watters Brides.

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) is a non profit organization founded in 1993, dedicated to solely supporting outstanding clinical and genetic research on breast cancer. For more information on BCRF, please visit http://www.bcrfcure.org/.

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1 comment:

Layla D. Smith said...

I am a member of the Association of Bridal Consultants and we are huge supporters of Brides Against Breast Cancer. They collect donated dresses (from brides and shops, so some are used and some are new), they sell them at great prices and the money goes to grant wishes. It's an amazing organization.
Glad to see that there are more organizations supporting the cause also. Thank you for the information!