Fashion for a Cure at iD Dunedin Fashion Week

We are excited to be an associated event at iD Dunedin Fashion Week for the first time!  

Fashion for a Cure will showcase on Saturday 5th May at Emerson's Brewery with our leading NZ fashion designers including Trelise Cooper, Coop, Storm, Mild-Red, Ruby, Liam and twenty-seven names showing their latest collections.  

Purchase your tickets here for a night to remember at Dunedin's Fashion for a Cure. 

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Fashion for a Cure - Another huge success in Wellington

Continuing on from our Fashion for a Cure successes throughout the country, Wellington was another record breaker, raising over $74,000.  A huge thanks to all involved. 

Photos from the night are up on our facebook page, please visit and tag your friends here

Our scientists rely on this funding to continue their vital work, which is why we ask if you would like to continue giving to Breast Cancer Cure and be an active part of the group that finally puts an end to the fear of breast cancer.  Please click here to find out where every dollar goes, and click here to make a one off, monthly or annual donation.

Every dollar counts towards protecting the next generation of young girls from what our mothers are going through today, and you can tell your children that you stood up, got involved, and helped create a future where breast cancer is a survivable disease.

If you would like to be the first to hear about next year’s Fashion for a Cure show, other Breast Cancer Cure events or to keep up to date on all our latest research developments, please click here to join our mailing list.

Thanks to ASB BankFuji XeroxWinger BMW,Campari, The Ned, MAC CosmeticsSACHAJUAN ANZAnnupamPhotography, Petra BagustShane CorteseMartin Cooper of Harcourts Cooper & Co Real Estate and SWEET MIX KIDS, plus all our volunteers!

Thank you so much for your support and we hope to see you again next year.

The power of positive pinking

RevitaLash went PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

$1 from every RevitaLash 3.5ml and RevitaBrow 3.0ml sold in October was donated to Breast Cancer Cure New Zealand.

RevitaLash was developed by Dr Michael Brinkenhoff as a gift for his wife Gayle, while she was recovering from breast cancer treatments. Chemotherapy had damaged Gales beautiful eyelashes leaving them weak and thin. Dr Brinkenhoff believed he could develop a formula that would give Gayle’s lashes the look of renewed health and strength and revitalize the natural beauty of all women.

A huge thank you to Revitalash for raising $834!