In 2019, we teamed up with some of the biggest names in British fashion, and asked our supporters to show their support for people affected by breast cancer.

No one individual will stop breast cancer. It’s going to take all of us.

We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who supported Fashion Targets Breast Cancer 2019.

You shared your stories of support with your mums, your daughters, your dear friends. You raised money with your colleagues and friends.

You dressed in solidarity to help Breast Cancer Now make vital research happen.

If you haven't already, have a look at the past Fashion Targets Breast Cancer range below and check out the collections that are still available.

Lulu Guinness

Iconic designer Lulu Guinness joined Fashion Targets Breast Cancer in 2019 with the exclusive Love Letters collection. The capsule paid homage to traditional letter writing, featuring a red Wax Cameo Seal as the fastening on these charming envelope shaped bags, made from grainy leather.

Amanda Wakeley

Amanda Wakeley OBE has been co-chair of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer since 1996. For the 2019 #BosomBuddies collection, she was selling two limited edition jumpers from her signature cashmere collection with an intricate midnight moth adornment.

Louise Kennedy

Recognised as one of Ireland's most successful designers, Louise Kennedy supported Fashion Targets Breast Cancer with her signature scent, sold exclusively in their London flagship store.