It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and here at BELLO, we know how important it is for people to come together and help in any way they can. We have picked a few brands that have been supporting this month and boy does it warm our hearts. Thank you, guys!



Anna Beck is a female-founded brand that celebrates the beauty of connection and working with heritage artisans in Bali who practice handmade techniques that have been passed down over generations.

Anna Beck is inspired by the Balinese way of life and their priority to giving back to their community. In addition to their partnerships with the Bumi Sehat Foundation and the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, the brand has launched a Pink Collection made with rose quartz where 20% of proceeds will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Anna Beck is available at retailers such as Nordstrom.


As we make our way through Breast Cancer Awareness Month,  SheWarrior wants you to put down the boxing gloves help fight for a cure with their NEW (& sustainable) capsule, Flower Power.  From October 1 – October 31, 30% of proceeds from this collection will be donated to City of Hope to help diagnose and provide treatment to individuals all over the country.

Coming together is essential in our World and it’s beautiful to see different brands doing just that!


Sustainable loungewear brand, Hue Division, is donating proceeds from sales of all pink products including hoodies, sweatpants, and t-shirts, during the month of October to the  Young Survival Coalition (YSC). YSC is a charity whose mission is to strengthen the community, address the unique needs, amplify the voice and improve the quality of life of young adults affected by breast cancer, locally, nationally and internationally. Every stitch from Hue Division is imbued with the bright, vivid colors and spirit of city life. The sustainable loungewear collection uses high quality production, eco-friendly manufacturing, and is made and packaged with ZERO plastic. It’s perfect for those looking for a luxurious leisure experience without sacrificing our planet. Available at

With Love Darling

Fall is here and it’s time to break out those cozy sweaters, light jackets, and of course, your exclusive Power of Pink pieces from the all-new, sustainable jewelry brand, With Love Darling!  For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, WLD is partnering with City of Hope to and will be donating 100% of proceeds from their Power of Pink collection from October 1 – October 31, 2021.



Garcelle x Roni Blanshay

Garcelle x Rony Blanshay is a jewelry collaboration that is donating 50% of their Pink Power collection to the American Cancer Society. As Garcelle Beauvais shared, “I’m proud to join my close friend and breast cancer survivor, Roni Blanshay in donating 50% of proceeds to the american cancer society for the month of October. Along with your support of the Pink Power collection, we can all take a part in helping to find a cure.”


VANS X Breast Cancer Awareness

VANS is also invested in supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month as  Early detection methods improve breast cancer survival rates, and Vans’ goal is to create awareness about a disease that affects everyone. Vans will donate a minimum of $200,000 of its proceeds from this collection to CoppaFeel!, a UK-based organization dedicated to educating young people on boob checking, the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, and empowering them to speak up when any changes are noticed.

CoppaFeel! was founded in 2009 by Kristin Hallenga and her twin sister Maren. Kris was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer at the age of 23. After finding a lump at 22, living abroad in China for 8 months and eventually visiting her doctor 3 times, Kris was told the news that she had incurable breast cancer. Kris was unaware that breast cancer could affect people in their twenties and knew very little about the disease. Realizing how little information there was for young people, she wanted people to learn from her story and become proactive about their own health.

Stella McCartney


Toilet, Teeth, Tits (TTT) is Stella McCartney’s seventh annual breast cancer awareness campaign, created in partnership with Sex Education. The 3-minute hero film uses humour to dispel myths about the disease while inspiring and informing next-generation women to integrate self-checking into their regular routines through a catchy, cheeky message: use the Toilet, brush your Teeth, check your Tits.

The comedic sketch features Stella as an ill-informed 80s sex-ed video host, starring alongside Sex Education cast members in character including Aimee Lou Wood, Chinenye Ezeudu, Sami Outalbali, Mimi Keene, Chaneil Kular and Simone Ashley. It is additionally supported by an educational packet that can be downloaded here.

“We need levity more than ever and I have always believed in bringing humour to fashion. Now, we are using it as a tool to remind women of all ages to check their breasts, especially younger women who may not be aware they need to or skipped mammograms during lockdown.”- Stella McCartney

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