Think Pink! Tess Daly joins Lauren Goodger, Donna Air, Sadie Frost and Binky Felstead to support Breast Cancer Awareness month
10:57 GMT, 9 October 2012
Breast Cancer awareness month always draws in a great celebrity support crowd – and this year is no different as a host of famous faces join forces to Think Pink for a good cause.
Debenhams is the driving force behind the Think Pink campaign, which sees the likes of Tess Daley, Donna Air, Sadie Frost and Lauren Goodger show their support for the department store’s breast cancer charity campaign.
In honour of this year's fundraising effort, the stars have been photographed in a collection of seven special T-shirts from both Debenham label Red Herring and the designers at Debenhams.
Tess Daly looks fabulous in her Think Pink T-shirt which she modelled for the Debenhams campaign
TOWIE star Lauren Goodger and Jenni Falconer are both supporting the campaign by wearing the stylish T-shirts
Made in Chelsea's Binkie Felstead, Ruby Hammer and Jenni Falconer are also involved in the great cause, which will donate 25 per cent of all sales to three great breast cancer charities.
The breast cancer charities funded by the campaign are Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Campaign and Pink Ribbon Foundation.
Ruby Hammer and Donna Air are on board for the campaign which will donate to three breast cancer charities
The T-shirts, as worn by Sadie Frost and Jemima French, left, and Binky Felstead, right, were designed in collaboration with Debenhams designers
The Red Herring T-shirts are a simple black colour with the words 'I love Think Pink' written across the front in a floral pink design, while the designers at Debenhams have each added their own touch to jazzed-up versions.
As well as the usual department store favourites such as Matthew Williamson and Jasper Conran, Designers at
Debenhams; Rocha John Rocha and Julien Macdonald have also designed tees.
Julian Macdonald has designed a simple black T-shirt with pink crystal neckline whilst John Rocha opted for a casual blue T-shirt with black floral print.
The T-shirts will be available in-store and online at www.debenhams.com
THINK PINK! HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Julien Macdonald for Debenhams, 28
Red Herring for Debenhams, 12
Matthew Williamson for Debenhams, 28
Rocha John Rocha for Debenhams, 22
Jasper Conran for Debenhams, 28
Red Herring for Debenhams, 12
Principles long-sleeved tee by Ben de Lisi, 25
Hard Rock's PINKTOBER Scarf, 10.00, hardrock.com
Hardrock Ladies Pinktober Tee, hardrock.com
CHLOE SIMS IS THINKING PINK TOO…
Elsewhere, TOWIE's Chloe Sims did her bit to raise awareness for breast cancer charities by clipping a pink extension into her hair to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.
Chloe Sims is supporting Tatiana Hair Extensions who pledge to donate 50 per cent of all proceeds made this month to Breast Cancer Care for every pink clip-in hair extension sold, tataniahairextensions.co.uk