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Image gallery: Fashion Targets Breast Cancer's 2015 campaign

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, the charity initiative founded by Ralph Lauren in 1994, has launched its 2015 womenswear clothing collection and billboard campaign.

Retail partners such as Marks & Spencer, Topshop, River Island and Debenhams, have produced clothing, footwear and accessories for the line, priced from £2.50 for a nail file set to £189 for blazer by womenswear etailer Baukjen.

Other retailers involved include Warehouse, Laura Ashley, Superga and The Cambridge Satchel Company.

A minimum of 30% of proceeds from each sale will go to charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer. To date, the campaign has raised more than £13.5m.

This year’s campaign features musician Foxes and models Abbey Clancy, Lily Donaldson and Alice Dellal.


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