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Chinti & Parker
20 percent from each purchase of this Gwyneth Paltrow-approved cozy cashmere knit will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Stila
Stila created this special-edition Smudge Pot especially for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. With every purchase of the Wink Set—which includes the black pigment flecked with pink shimmer, plus a #28 applicator brush—one dollar will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
SUPRA
For the fourth year running, the super-cool sneaker brand's teamed up with Elyse Walker to launch a limited-edition shoe for its famous Pink Party. The 2013 iteration, a pink camouflage Society high-top complete with pony hair straps, is as charitable as it is stylish—all proceeds will go to the Cedars-Sinai Women's Cancer Program at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute.
True&Co.
The online lingerie shop's "Today I Choose Joy Collection" includes five pairs of cotton briefs printed with inspirational sayings—and 25 percent of proceeds will benefit the Young Survival Coalition. Your favorite day of the week undies are gonna be jealous.
LOFT
LOFT's named E! News anchor Giuliana Rancic, herself a breast cancer survivor, as the first global ambassador of its Live In Pink campaign. Inspired by Rancic's style, the company tapped accessories designer Suzanna Dai to create a special three-piece jewelry collection. The resulting earrings and pair of necklaces—all of which retail for under $70—integrate pale pink stones, and will be available to purchase throughout the month of October only. 60 percent of the purchase price of each piece will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Aerie
"Get support while you give support" by picking up one of the American Eagle-owned lingerie company's exclusive Bridget bras; 100 percent of proceeds go to Bright Pink, a nonprofit that provides education and help to young women at high risk for both breast and ovarian cancers.
Adidas
10 percent of the retail price of all pieces from the athletic brand's All Fight collection goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Work out, give back: it's a win-win.
Tommy Hilfiger
Add this color-blocked carryall to your collection, and the folks at Tommy will donate $100 of the purchase price to Fund for Living, a Breast Health International initiative that helps cover healthcare costs for cancer sufferers.
Tory Burch
The sportwear label's rolled out three special items in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month: a wrist scarf, a mini umbrella and a dip-dyed jacquard scarf. 20 percent of sales from all three will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, up to a maximum donation of $30,000.
Lisa Hoffman Beauty
We've long been fans of Hoffman's multitasking perfumed pendants—and just in time for BCA month, the beauty guru's released this pink pearl charm bracelet in all five of her signature scents (Madagascar Orchid, Tunisian Neroli, Japanese Agarwood, French Clary Sage and Tuscan Fig). 100 percent of profits will go straight to the National Breast Cancer Coalition.
Key To The Cure
Now in its 15th year, Saks Fifth Avenue's Key To The Cure campaign—which has raised over $33 million for cancer research thus far—is offering up a new limited-edition tee to help raise awareness. This year's version, designed by Emilio Pucci's Peter Dundas, features a heart-shaped wreath and pink crown alongside the campaign's namesake key—and 100 percent of proceeds will be donated to Women's Cancer Research Fund.
Fatty Sundays
Fancy a snack that gives back? The girls behind Fatty Sundays created these pink-sprinkled pretzels drenched in white chocolate especially for the cause. 20 percent of all sales will go to A Cure In Our Lifetime.
BCBG Max Azria
Continuing its longtime partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the label will be donating 20 of all retail sales from its SGK merchandise (which includes this super-cute iPhone case!) to the foundation. But that's not all—BCBG, together with its licensee ClearVision Optical, has pledged to make a minimum donation of $18,250 to the cause, too.
DHC
Made for the girl on the go, the limited-edition Powerful in Pink Set contains the Japanese brand's alcohol-free Body Cleansing Sheets, super-emollient Lip Cream and a Rose Beauty Eye Zone Treatment Retouch Q10 in Buff. A percentage of net proceeds of the trio will benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
NOE Undergarments
From October 1st through the 31st, NOE Undergarments will donate 20 percent of the proceeds from sales of its sheer Alfie slip dress in Blossom to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Do it! Slips are in!
Kendra Scott
All October long, pick up any pink jewelry from the designer, and she'll donate 20 percent of the proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Meanwhile, 20 percent of the proceeds from each sale of her specially-designed "Lolley" necklace will help fund the new Seton Breast Care Center in Austin, Texas.
OPI
For the seventh year running, the nail genuises at OPI have created a special Pink of Hearts set to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. This year, they'll donate $25,000 to the cause—and release this polish pack, containing the appropriately rosy shades Pink-ing of You and More Than a Glimmer. The set also includes 10 pink ribbon and crystal decals, enough to satisfy anyone's nail art fancy.
Dooney & Bourke
For every one of these exclusive pink ribbon totes purchased, the heritage accessories brand will donate five dollars to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Golden Thread
Pick up this monogrammed rose gold disc necklace, and Golden Thread will donate 20 percent of the proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Fun fact: Pippa Middleton happens to own an extremely similar version from the brand.
RAMY Beauty Therapy
Throughout the month of October, RAMY Beauty Therapy will donate 100 percent of proceeds from sales of its Bella Ariella! lipstick and Lucky in Love! gloss to the Young Survival Coalition, a 15-year-old organization that provides resources and outreach for young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Voda Swim
Purchase the swimwear line's Cotton Candy Envy Push Up String Bikini, and the company will send $10 to the wonderfully-named Save the Ta-tas Foundation. Prefer to buy your swimwear as separates? No biggie: if you pick up just the bikini top or bottom, Voda will still donate five dollars to the charitable organization.