Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - STYLE NOTEBOOK -

Life-sav­ing shop­ping is al­ways a cause we can get on board with. It’s around this time of year when var­i­ous prod­ucts sup­port­ing breast-can­cer ini­tia­tives ap­pear. Our favourite so far is this peb­bled-leather bag by Tommy Hilfiger, left, €300. Tommy Hilfiger is in its sev­enth con­sec­u­tive year sup­port­ing Breast Health In­ter­na­tional (BHI), a non-profit foun­da­tion that aims to ad­vance breast-can­cer re­search. Clau­dia Schif­fer, left, and Naomi Camp­bell are this year’s am­bas­sadors, and were pho­tographed by the leg­endary Pa­trick De­marche­lier. The bag costs €300; €100 from each sale goes di­rectly to Fund for Liv­ing, a global BHI ini­tia­tive which pro­vides help to women with breast can­cer and their fam­i­lies by cov­er­ing their costs, and help­ing with care-re­lated is­sues that might not be cov­ered by health in­sur­ance. The bag is avail­able on­line at from to­mor­row, Septem­ber 23, and, from Oc­to­ber 1, ex­clu­sively in Tommy Hilfiger in Grafton Street.

Tommy Hilfiger, 14 Grafton St, D2, tel: (01) 633-7600

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