The Brazette


BREAKING BOOB NEWS: We’ve been Tickled Pink!

27 April 2020

We are so, SO excited to reveal the news that we are Asda Tickled Pink’s newest campaign partner, joining the awesome folk at Breast Cancer Now. Find out more about our exciting plans here!

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Scribbler Cards

30 January 2020

Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
It’s time to GET NAKED,
(Scribbler told you to)

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Avon, we can’t thank you enough!

22 January 2020

In this past year Avon have raised a phenomenal £234,020, supported our Boobettes and Education programmes, brought Casa CoppaFeel! to life AND brought this glittery Boob Clutch into the world. Legends.

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Introducing Re-Fashion

04 December 2019

With the festive season in full swing, it’s easy to get wrapped up in spending, sales and buying presents. Well, to satisfy your charitable heart, we’ve teamed up with Re-Fashion for an easy, yet brilliant way to give back.

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Avon, we ? ya

04 December 2018

It’s been just over a year since we started working with today’s Boob Champs, and in that time the team at Avon have gone above and beyond in the name of norks. So today we want to say a great big thank you.

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Boom Cycle

25 June 2018

Today’s Boob Champions like bikes almost as much as we like boobs. We spoke to Hilary Rowland,  Creative Director of Boom Cycle, about why they’ve chosen to get sweaty to support our charity.

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03 May 2018

Our #BraHijack reminder labels have been gracing lingerie since 2013, when we first started asking the great-and-good of the underwear world to help us get the bra-wearing public of Britain checking their boobs. Since then we’ve been lucky enough to partner with some awesome brands, including Today’s Boob Champions, MAAREE.

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Boob Soap has landed

03 November 2017

The lovely folk at CP+B approached us with an idea: the idea was to make boob shaped soaps. Obviously we said “YES PLEASE”. Not only do the soaps serve as a handy reminder to check what’s on your chest, they also raise money to help us put an end to late detection and misdiagnosis of breast cancer.

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