If you can remember the popular Breast Cancer Cure 'Tees for a Cure' from the early 2000s, the concept has been revived just in time for Christmas.
Dayne Johnston and Elisabeth Findlay of Zambesi wearing Zambesi. Photo / Frances Carter.
15 new designs from New Zealand's top fashion designers launch from today including a re-release of Karen Walker's Chrysanthemum flower design, an irreverent slogan rendered in a cartoonish typography — 'It's good to check your boobs'— from Wynn Hamlyn, and a stylised wahine/woman wearing a kakahu "cloaked in love and light" from Kiri Nathan.
Michele A'Court wearing Kiri Nathan. Photo / Frances Carter.
"Our original Tees for a Cure campaign made such an impact in New Zealand, enabling an incredible amount of breast cancer research to take place — so now 20 years later, we're calling on Kiwis support again, and they get to look great while making a difference!" says Sonja de Mari, Breast Cancer Cure CEO.
Petra Bagust wearing Kowtow. Photo / Frances Carter.
"We work with New Zealand's best scientists and researchers with a goal of ensuring that the next generation can look forward to a future free from the fear of breast cancer, this fundraising campaign will get us closer to the goal."
Rebecca Dubber wearing Hailwood. Photo / Frances Carter.
Impacting the lives of all genders in every age and ethnicity, 3500 New Zealander's are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.
Deborah Caldwell of Storm wearing Storm. Photo / Frances Carter.
T-shirts are $59 and available in unisex styles, made from organic As Colour cotton in sizes XL — XXL.
Juliette Perkins and Myer Bevan and Baby, wearing Wynn Hamlyn. Photo / Frances Carter.
For more information visit Breastcancercure.org.nz/teesforacure where you can also make a direct donation.
Astly and Kiri Nathan wearing Kiri Nathan. Photo / Frances Carter.
Kathryn Wilson team wearing Kathryn Wilson. Photo / Frances Carter.
Jessica Clarke wearing Taylor. Photo / Frances Carter.
Frances Carter and Lou wearing Nom*d and Storm. Photo / Frances Carter.
Lisa King wearing Karen Walker. Photo / Frances Carter.
Jessica Clarke wearing Tuesday Label. Photo / Frances Carter.
Niko Walters wearing Wynn Hamlyn. Photo / Frances Carter.
Sonja de Mari wearing Yvonne Bennetti. Photo / Frances Carter.
Ben Dundas of Federation wearing Federation. Photo / Frances Carter.
Melissa Chan-Green, Julia Leuchars and Holly wearing Coop. Photo / Frances Carter.
Trelise Cooper wearing Trelise Cooper. Photo / Frances Carter.