Love fall fashion? Love supporting meaningful causes even more? Since the temperatures are finally dropping and it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we have the perfect way to celebrate both passions. Attend Anthropologie’s Fall Fashion Show this Thursday night, October 11 in support of Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Over 25 Anthropologie stores across the county and Canada are participating in the event, including Philadelphia’s location on Walnut Street. Tickets are $10 per person, and 100% of the ticket sales will benefit Living Beyond Breast Cancer. Along with other participants, breast cancer survivors will be attending the event to model the season’s best styles.
“As a breast cancer survivor and Living Beyond Breast Cancer staff member I’m thrilled to take part in an event that blends two things I feel passionate about: fashion and breast cancer awareness.” – Julia Wilson
Living Beyond Breast Cancer is a Philadelphia-based national organization. Its mission is to connect people with trusted breast cancer information and a community of support. By providing accurate, easy-to-understand information in a caring environment, LBBC helps women rise above their diagnosis.
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This month, we’re finding #StrengthInStories with Living Beyond Breast Cancer, a Philadelphia-based National organization that provides women with the knowledge and social support to rise above their diagnosis. Meet Jamil, 40, a mom, wife, and financial executive with stage IV, or metastatic, breast cancer. “I could not do this on my own,” Jamil told us. “I have a community of women there to support me.” Follow along as we share real women’s stories – and celebrate their singular strength – in the weeks ahead. Visit www.lbbc.org for more on @livingbeyondbc.
The Anthropologie Fall Fashion show is Thursday, October 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. “Love Layers” is this year’s theme. Enjoy drinks and light refreshments. Purchase tickets for $10 per person. Although you can buy tickets at the door, seats are limited. For that reason, you’ll want to reserve your seat by buying your ticket in advance through the Anthropologie website. To find out more about Living Beyond Breast Cancer, or to view other events happening this month, click here.