October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and all throughout the country organizations and businesses are doing their part to raise awareness of the disease, as well as to raise funds for finding a cure. Pink has become the color of the fight to end breast cancer, and many of South Florida’s businesses are going pink this month in support of breast cancer awareness and research. Not least among them are some of our most popular dining destinations that are offering deals, special dinners, and other promotions during the month of October.
Returning for the fourth year in a row is “Bleau Goes Pink” at the Fontainebleau resort in Miami Beach. The resort’s three AAA four diamond restaurants - Hakkasan, Gotham Steak, and Scarpetta - will each be offering “Dine for the Cure” menus featuring three courses for $45. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, which has consistently fought to end breast cancer through awareness and early diagnosis, as well as research. “Dine for the Cure” dinner menus are available Sunday through Thursday, and diners will receive a discounted valet rate of $12. For more information, please visit www.fontainebleau.com. For reservations, please call (877) 326 - 7412. Menus are as follows:
Just in time for the upcoming Breast Cancer Awareness month, ClearVision has partnered with BCBG and is offering special BCBG "Courage" frames where 20% of retail sales will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Beyond that, eyewear industry leader, ClearVision Optical is now offering styling suggestions on how we can wear our optical and sunglasses with our clothing choices! With the ever-changing trends out there, I know many of us wonder what specs and sunglasses compliment which fashions - now we have the answer. They originally began showing the men how to wear their shades and eyeglasses — now, they've created “The Look” for women, too.
The Academy Award winner’s next starring role won't be in a feature film, rather on television. Cruz will be making an appearance in nationwide public service announcements for Saks' Key to the Cure Campaign wearing limited-edition t-shirts designed by Carolina Herrera. The stylish tees were created in an effort to raise awareness for women’s cancer research. Herrera’s designs don a map of the world with teeny, tiny hearts scattered across it.
The month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in its honor, three amazing lingerie brands are donating between 20-25% of sale proceeds to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Second Base, BRULEE, and Affinitas are the three participating, showing off their philanthropic hearts while giving us another great reason to indulge in their lingerie that encompass sexiness, style, sophistication, and comfort.Second Base, which sells camis specifically designed to be worn over your bra for extra comfort, has chosen to donate 20% of sales proceeds from all Demi Camisoles in Ballet Pink. BRULEE, handcrafted lingerie from the finest materials in NYC's Garment District, has chosen to donate 25% of all sales proceeds from the Boudoir Cami & Short in Blush.
Affinitas, who offers beautiful, affordable lingerie to women around the world, is teaming up with HerRoom to donate 20% of proceeds from the sale of the Affinitas Intimates "Morgan" Padded Bra in Blush Pink and the Parfait by Affinitas "Kelly" Wire Bra in Deep Orchid (retail value $42.00)
Co-Presidents David Nicholas and David Miranowicz of DNI Cosmetics beam their inner beauty during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. While special services at the newly re-located salon in Rowley, Mass. are not new or specific to this month's health-related theme, they have recently shed light on their work with cancer patients.
Go shopping with your “girls” and support a cause. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and avid supporter, SecondCityStyle.com, has created a shopping guide for you through their cybermall. Labels are donating proceeds to their favorite organization, so start shopping and celebrate those tatas! My top five picks for the best breast savers!
These square framed sunglasses have the traditional side-icon detail, with the iconic pink ribbon print on the inner arms of the glasses.