October 08, 2010 01:00 ET

Fearne Cotton and Denise Van Outen Support Breast Cancer Care With

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Oct. 8, 2010) -

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Celebrities Fearne Cotton and Denise Van Outen have put their very best foot forward in a new initiative to support a charity close to their hearts.

The duo have teamed together to create a limited edition T shirt in support of Breast Cancer Care retailed exclusively through, the online women's clothes store.

The fund raising T shirt design comes in addition to the trek undertaken by the celebrities to Machu Picchu, Peru with singing stars, Alexandra Burke, Gabiellle Cilmi and presenter, Amanda Byram to raise further funds and awareness for the national charity. Walking 4,010m above sea level and camping in sub zero temperatures, the team have hiked to raise as much money as possible for the cause.

The T shirt design, entitled 'Trek to Care' sees the design talents of Fearne and Denise teamed together to create a fashion item for a serious cause with £5 from every item sold going to the charity which offers emotional and practical support to those affected by breast cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women under 35.

With a low scoop neckline and marl textured cotton, the Breast Cancer Care T-shirt features a stiletto and a walking boot with Breast Cancer Care's ribbon detailing with a fabric label which sits on the hip and is retailed at £15, with a third directly donated to the charity.

A limited edition of 2,000 items have been created to be sold exclusively at enabling fashion followers to support and dress for the cause and show their support throughout Breast Cancer Awareness month in October.

On creating the design Denise says, "I'm very excited about our forthcoming Inca adventure trek. It's going to be a tough walk, but at least I will feel stylish in my Very for Breast Cancer Care T-shirt. Come on, join our gang and buy one. Look stylish and wear with pride knowing that you've helped to make a difference."

Walking companion, Fearne also adds, "We hope you like our T-shirt on sale at This is an easy way to support our trek in Peru! We'd be over the moon if you'd wear your T shirt with pride to show your support. Thanks!"

Notes to editors

About the T shirt

  • Celebrities Fearne Cotton, Denise Van Outen and Holly Willoughby have collaborated to create a limited edition Breast Cancer Care T-shirt
  • 2,000 T shirts are available exclusively from at £15, £5 from the sale of each item will go to Breast Cancer Care
  • The sale of the item also supports a fund raising trek to Machu Picchu by the celebrities to Machu Picchu during September 

About Breast Cancer Care, Machu Picchu trek

  • Breast Cancer Care is a registered charity in England and Wales 1017658, and Scotland SC038104) via Breast Cancer Care Trading Limited (CRN 2681072)
  • The charity practical and emotional advice to anyone affected by breast cancer via a free helpline, website and online forums
  • In women under the age of 35, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer with nearly 1,500 women aged 35 – 39 are diagnosed annually. Each year there are around 1,300 deaths from breast cancer in women under 50
  • The celebrities trek to Machu Picchu will be televised on ITV2


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