Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 405 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. It is the month when, globally, individuals and institutions come together, in unique ways, to raise awareness on the disease. It is the month when women worldwide are encouraged on early detection strategies and educated on facts, figures, the do’s and don’ts, as well as treatment options. This October, Christie Brown is thrilled to announce an exciting partnership with the Judith- Ellen Awuah-Darko foundation, an NGO committed to supporting underprivileged breast cancer patients, on The Live Pink Campaign. At Christie Brown, we convey the spirit of Africa through clothing… Fine clothing. True to the essence of our brand, this October we celebrate and pay tribute to the resilience, strength, and the beauty of four Ghanaian women who are breast cancer survivors. Women who through many trials have demonstrated immense courage and fortitude, and today are blessed to be christened as survivors. Throughout October we feature stories of strength and hope across our social media platforms by highlighting these four phenomenal women, Mrs. Judith- Ellen Awuah- Darko, Mrs Nana Yaa Monica Oppong, Mrs Salley Abbey and Mrs Agnes Afrakomado. More Articles You Would Love Adama Paris Presents Her Spring Summer 2015 Collection Barack Obama’s Daughter, Sasha’s Boyfriend Has Been Unveiled! Son Of Clifton Powell In further honour of these remarkable women, Christie Brown will launch an exclusive line of accessories which will directly support healthcare for breast cancer patients through the Judith- Ellen Awuah-Darko foundation. The line will feature gracefully designed limited edition button bibs with pink beads and wax print buttons; as well as the limited edition pink stencil bib, detailed with pink feathers and wax print buttons. Ten percent of proceeds from the sale of these accessories will be donated to the efforts of the foundation as we upraise and celebrate the strength and courage of breast cancer survivors throughout the world. The limited edition pieces will be available at our flagship store in Accra from 13thOctober till the end of the month. Heartfelt appreciation to our supporters, Indira Echeruo photography, Quarets photography, Fashionista, Soaesthetic Make up company, House of Cramer and Kaya Energy Bar for their time and resources donated, into making this campaign a reality. Visit our social media pages to learn more about this campaign-#cblivepink Facebook-christiebrown Instagram-christiebrowngh Twitter-christiebrowncl african fashioncelebratechristie browndesignerfashion industryghanaon the live pink campaignsurvivors of breast cancer Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail More For You “Alvin Bragg Is Doing Joe Biden’s Dirty Work” Trump Reacts To His Indicted... Former US President Donald Trump Has Been Indicted & Soon To Be Arrested Deisngers From Ghana, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Senegal & More To Showcase At Switzerland’s... South Africa’s Ekasi Fashion Week 2023 Set To Be Hosted At A Taxi... Here Is How Ghanaian Celebrities Arrived At The EMY Africa Brunch With Hollywood... Nigerian Brand Yahara NGR Presents The Lookbook For It’s Modest ‘RAMADAN 2023’ Collection #OOTD: Shanty Town Actress Ini Edo Serves Relentlessly In Her Jaw Dropping Medlin... Jewish Organizations Reject Kanye West’s Apology “He Needs To Do A Bit More... Pretty Sudanese Lady Goes Instantly Viral After She Puts On Blast Her Makeup... 5 Major Reasons Why Your Hair Is Breaking You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.