Millions of pounds are spent on fashion every year - and every year the fashion industry gives something back.
More and more brands are joining in the annual Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign, which offers a collection of clothes and accessories, with 30% of the sales being donated to the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity.Related content
This year there are stylish offerings from M&S, River Island, Warehouse, Topshop, Coast, my-wardrobe.com and Laura Ashley on-trend, in striking black and white.
Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, a worldwide initiative inspired by Ralph Lauren in the USA in 1994, is the fashion industry's response to the impact of breast cancer. Since the campaign launched in the UK in 1996, it has raised more than £9m for the charity.