British influencers joins the fight against breast cancer, Mario Testino recreates an iconic shoot.

Fashion has long been a keen supporter of the breast cancer cause and on our minds is Kate Moss’ and Naomi Campbell’s revisit of the 1996 campaign they co-starred in benefit of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. Initiated by Ralph Lauren in honour of his good friend and fashion editor Nina Hyde who died from the disease, the campaign was a way to to ‘unite the world of fashion as a force against it’, through the sales of plain t-shirts sported by fashion front figures (including Moss and Campbell). Today, 20 years later, some of the largest names on the British high street have joined the cause with exclusively designed garments and accessories sold to raise funds for it, along with prominent photographer Mario Testino who recreated the 1996 shoot. Browse the full range here.

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