Wednesday, 20 January, - Today is the official unveiling of the six new and unique t-shirt designs from the nation's favourite red-ribbon designers - Karen Walker, Trelise Cooper, Zambesi, Cyble, Stolen Girlfriends Club and campaign new-comer Lonely Hearts. A superhero belt, a lightening strike and a heroic woman in a cape, are just some of this year's cutting edge designs which are available in a new-shaped Glassons t-shirt. Glassons can also divulge that it has moved with the fashion trends and this year will be unveiling a new shaped t-shirt. Funds raised are allocated to only the most outstanding and visionary research and researchers in New Zealand to ensure the Trust achieves its goal of finding a cure by
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Neither of us has any business or design experience but Brittany is a great embroiderer. It's a lot of fun coming up with the concepts. We reached out to charity partners and so far have six tees that raise money for causes dear to our hearts.
Please note - Breast Cancer Cure products are excluded from promotions and discounts. Breast Cancer Cure is a charity that you have told us you'd like us to support. So we're really excited and proud to show you that we listen, while supporting this truly worthwhile cause. And of course, it's a perfect fit with our strong female customer base. Statistics state that one in nine women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in New Zealand; which means one woman every three hours will be diagnosed with breast cancer and we will lose two women per day to this tragic disease.