Following the success of their collection for Breast Cancer Awareness month, Tresor Paris has decided to team up with newly-reformed band ‘Damage’ to create a range for the’ Children with AIDS’ Charity.
Tresor Paris’s limited edition collection gave 25% of the sale of each piece from the range directly to the Breast Cancer Care Charity, which does an amazing job offering support and advice to women suffering with the disease, as well as improving standards of care and promoting early detection.
The lovely range of bracelets incorporate the Breast Cancer Care logo onto the crystal spheres, finished with the brand’s signature pink, white and black Tibetan cord.
This time around, popular 1990’s band Damage will be collaborating with Tresor Paris on the range for Children with AIDS.
Damage included members Andrez Harriott, Jade Jones, Rahsaan J. Bromfield, Noel Simpson and Coreé Richards when they formed in 1996, and gained chart success with singles ‘Love II Love’ and ‘Forever’.
They split in 2001, but have reformed as a quartet due to popular demand, minus Coree. They are set to tour the UK later this year. Aside from focussing on their music, the band will be working closely with Tresor Paris to produce the bracelets, which will become available to customers later this year.
Again, 25% of the profits will go directly to this year’s much-deserving charity of choice. Special Tresor Paris collections are also available, such as the Les Couleurs collection which is the perfect range to celebrate the London 2012 Olympics. Each colourful crystal bracelet represents a ring from the iconic friendship flag.
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