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Fashion digs deep for good causes

A notable trend over the past few weeks has been the abundance of charity-funding products created by brands and retailers.

From Movember to Breast Cancer Care, a host of charities are set to benefit from thoughtful fashion projects. Here are some of the best from the recent crop of do-gooders.

Office supports Breast Cancer Care

During October, Office will sell this limited-edition pair of stilettos imprinted with Breast Cancer Care’s logo, at its online store. Retailing for £55, the charity will receive £40 from each pair sold.

www.office.co.uk

Adidas Originals Stan Smiths for Stonewall

Sportswear giant Adidas signed up collaborators including Boy George, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell to customise pairs of trainers, which were auctioned off for lesbian, gay and bisexual charity Stonewall.

www.p6auction.com

Ben Sherman for Teenage Cancer Trust

Ben Sherman asked Brits including Jarvis Cocker and Jake and Dinos Chapman (pictured) to design shirts that will launch in the retailer’s stores this month. Only 250 of each £125 design have been made and all proceeds go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

www.bensherman.com

Fashion partners to support Movember

The November moustache-growing event raises money for men’s health and this year Eleven Paris, Toms, Lucky Seven and BeckSöndergaard (pictured) have made products to raise awareness of prostate and testicular cancers and mental health.

uk.movember.com

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