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Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell team up for stunning Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Campaign

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Supermodels, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell, have been unveiled as the faces of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer 2016.

The duo have joined forces 20 years after they fronted the original launch of the charity.

The pair have been photographed in stark black and white, by renowned photographer, Mario Testino, for the 20th anniversary, which is supported by high street brands including Marks and Spencer, River Island, Topshop and Debenhams – among others.

Every item in the 2016 collection will donate a minimum of 30% towards breast cancer research.

Launched by Ralph Lauren after the death of his close friend, in 1996, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer has since raised over £14 million for breast cancer research.

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Naomi Campbell by Mario Testino for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

In an open letter, Lauren issued a rousing call-to-arms, saying:

“Women are still being diagnosed with this disease in ever increasing numbers. And this year in the UK, nearly 12,000 will lose their lives to breast cancer. It’s clear that the fight is not finished.

“I’m enormously proud of the progress we’ve made – progress that, without the support of people like you, just wouldn’t have been possible.

“But I’m also more determined than ever to push further and reach the day when no one - not the women nor their families and friends - have to face this disease.

“Please join me, as you have for the last two decades, to do all that we can until the fight is over.”

Kate Moss by Mario Testino for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Kate Moss by Mario Testino for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Speaking about the campaign, Kate Moss says:

“It’s great to be returning to support Fashion Targets Breast Cancer on this very special anniversary year.”

The charity has previously been supported by stars including Elle Macpherson, Kylie Minogue, Claudia Schiffer, Sienna Miller and Twiggy.

To view Fashion Targets Breast Cancer’s 2016 collection, visit fashiontargetsbreastcancer.org.uk 

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