NASTY Gal has launched a new charity collection and has partnered with FVCK Cancer, which makes exceptional helmets for those battling chemo.
Designed to help those battling hair loss from chemotherapy, the Nasty Gal and FVCK Cancer collection will see all money donated to charity.
Prices start from Â£ 10 – Â£ 18 and are available in sizes XS – XL, with all parts available on nastygal.com.
- Nasty Gal X FVCK Cancer, from Â£ 10 – buy here
The incredible 14 collection features bold and stimulating graphic tees, 70s-inspired prints and details taken from the original disco era, and co-
coordinating scarves and bobs – and we’re obsessed.
The charity collection was inspired by the true story of Luke and Amelia Skinnader from FVCK Cancer, as during chemotherapy Amelia struggled to find headgear that had personality, so they started making them. – even their own original, style-oriented headgear.
Since the launch of FVCK Cancer, Amelia has sadly passed away but Luke “continues to pursue its mission of creating pieces that encourage people to “feel confident and unique” while giving back to the community (a percentage of their sales is donated to Teens Unite and the Pink Ribbon Foundation). “
Nasty Gal has partnered with FVCK Cancer to help start the conversation, noting that “open discussions can lead to risk elimination, early diagnosis and effective support for those affected. It’s time for us to letâs look cancer in the face â.
The collection is inspired by couples’ love of music and bold prints, along with iconic Nasty Gals details including bold animal prints and punchy slogans.
Plus, for every item sold, 100% of the proceeds will go to FVCK CANCER and their amazing platform.
You can purchase the full collection of Nasty Gal X FVCK Cancer here.
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