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Juicy Tubes and Designer Scarves... A Cure for Breast Cancer?

Who:  Six well-known New Zealand fashion designers - Stolen Girlfriends Club, Karen Walker, Zambesi, Trelise Cooper, Ruby and Helen Cherry.


What:  For NZ$50 women throughout New Zealand can get their hands on a Juicy Tube lipgloss, as well as a limited edition designer scarf. 

They have each designed a scarf that complements their favourite Juicy Tube lipgloss - in this case Melon, Caramel Gospel, Toffee R&B, Péche, Marshmallow Electro and Fraise.  I particularly love Helen Cherry’s leopard print inspired scarf, with red and white print, which complements her favourite Juicy Tube - Fraise.


When:  On-sale now, until 10 August 2009


Where:  At Lancome stockists throughout N.Z, including Life Pharmacy, Smith and Caugheys, and Farmers.  They are also available from the designers’ own stores.


Why: NZ$10 from each purchase will go directly towards helping to find a cure for breast cancer.

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