Primp Powder Pout - a Make-Up Artist's Life: GQ - ORCHID Campaign

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My name is Ashley Kay and I am Primp Powder Pout. 

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Monday, 11 April 2011

GQ - ORCHID Campaign

Here is the ORCHID campaign for male cancer awareness. 
The t-shirts are on sale in House of Fraser for £25!

I'm pleased I was able to do my bit...even if it was a spot of make-up and hair styling for these lovely boys!

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Fighting cancer through fashion

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To mark Male Cancer Awareness Week (11-17th April), charity Orchid has teamed up with the London College of Fashion and Phil Vickery's Raging Bull clothing line to produce a T-shirt to raise awareness of three specific cancers - penile, prostate and testicular - that affect up to 37,000 men a year.

The winning design (pictured on the T-shirts above) was created by second-year student Elise Pellican, judged by a panel including the head of the British Fashion Council Harold Tillman and GQ editor Dylan Jones. Working in partnership with clothing brand Raging Bull - fronted by ex-England rugby player, Phil Vickery - T-shirts will be sold in the top ten House of Fraser stores across the UK and online at houseoffraser.co.uk and orchid-cancer.org.uk.

Buy your T-shirts from House of Fraser or online at orchid-cancer.org.uk. £25. Full profits from each T-shirt will be donated to Orchid


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