For the third consecutive year, luxury British footwear label Fairfax & Favor will donate 100% of proceeds from their limited-edition product to the charity in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Following Fairfax & Favor’s successful partnership with Breast Cancer Care in 2016 and 2017 – whereby the brand raised a staggering £30,000, this year co-founders Marcus Fairfax Fountaine and Felix Favor Parker have designed a special limited-edition Hot Pink suede tassel. The tassel can be paired with their celebrated boot range, which includes the iconic Regina, Amira and Imperial Explorer styles, and marks the brands continued promise to support this worthy cause.
The Regina (pictured) is Fairfax & Favor’s signature boot, crafted in the finest suede and leather, and available with or without a heel. The Regina’s elegantly tailored design provides a sleek and flattering silhouette, with the Hot Pink Suede tassel providing a striking contrast detail.
This year Fairfax & Favor have a target to reach, wanting to raise a further £20,000 for the charity. In previous years, the Breast Cancer Care campaigns have received support from famous faces including three times Olympic gold medallist and world champion Charlotte Dujardin CBE, Sporting Presenter Clare Balding, Ex-Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, and Queen of the Jungle Georgia Toffolo, to name a few.
The Breast Cancer Care tassel is on sale throughout October and priced at £30, with 100% of proceeds being donated to Breast Cancer Care.
‘We’re so grateful to Fairfax & Favor for fundraising for Breast Cancer Care. The money raised will help Breast Cancer Care to continue to provide free services including; support over the phone with a nurse or someone who’s been there, welcoming online forums, reliable information and local group support. We really can’t thanks them enough. 691,000 people are living with a breast cancer diagnosis in the UK today, and that figure is only set to grow. With support from brands like Fairfax & Favor, we can be here for more people, whenever they need us.’ – Lisa Gilmour, Community Fundraising Manager at Breast Cancer Care