I’m a sucker for a campaign which combines two of my dearest loves: lingerie and music, so when the lovely guys and gays at Freya Lingerie announced their romantic Freya Heartbeats campaign, I fell for it hook, line and sinker. Their latest interactive campaign, (this is quite a year for Freya’s fun competitions, no?) encourages users to submit their couple’s love song to the Freya Heartbeats playlist on Spotify.
It’s no secret that I struggle a little with the Freya Deco as I’m unfortunately in the ‘wide set, lower fullness’ category, which is notoriously the boob shape nemesis of the Deco. The Freya Deco, however is a much-loved lingerie staple for thousands, and I have a fair few friends whose lingerie collection consists of nothing BUT the Deco in multiple colours.
Did you see the huge bra that Vanish commissioned in aid of spreading Breast Cancer Awareness? Image credit: http://www.fieldmarketing.com Vanish are doing their bit to help to spread the word and raise much needed funds for research into prevention, diagnosis and treatment for an illness which touches the lives of so many women in the UK.
One of Coppafeel’s posters – one of the most philanthropic boob tubes I’ve ever seen. Kristin Hallenga, founder and CEO of Coppafeel is such an inspirational lady. Having been diagnosed with breast cancer in her twenties, she strives to spread the word about breast cancer awareness all year round, not just in October. Coppafeel is a charity which stives to raise awareness about checking your breasts regularly for any signs of change and to act quickly should any be found.
Beckie over at the Busts 4 Justice blog has written this charming little post about the latest from the breast cancer charity Coppafeel. I suggest you go check it out – It could save your life! Image credits: Images by Coppafeel