Cashmere Bathroom Tissue invites Canadians to show their true patriot love for our country's fashion designers and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) by joining Cashmere's unique, Vote Couture for the Cureâ„¢ initiative at Facebook.com/Cashmere.
A national fund- and awareness-raiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, the annual White Cashmere Collection 2016 features 16 top Canadian designers and their magnificent designs fashioned in luxuriously soft sheets of Cashmere Bathroom Tissue. This year's Collection celebrates Canada's Four Seasons with original, and inspiring interpretations of autumn, winter, spring and summer.
Nothing Feels Like Making A Difference
Canadians are invited to view The White Cashmere Collection 2016: Four Seasons and support the cause by joining Cashmere's unique Vote Couture for the Cureâ„¢ contest at www.Facebook.com/Cashmere. From September 28 until October 26, 2016, Canadians are invited to vote for their favourite Cashmere BT Couture garment and Cashmere will donate $1 for every vote, up to $10,000, to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation in the winning designer's name. Voters will be entered in a lucky draw for four weekly prizes, with the ultimate chance to WIN a “4 Seasons Getaway” valued at $3,000.
Help Spread Social Good
The kick-off to October Breast Cancer Awareness month, The White Cashmere Collection, heralds the return of limited-edition Cashmere in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, an annual fundraiser, with twenty-five cents from the sale of every package going directly to the Foundation. Limited-edition Cashmere provides Canadians with the opportunity to help make a difference in the lives of women affected by breast cancer.
Luxuriously Soft BT Couture for the Cure
The collection, which launched in 2004, has featured more than 150 brilliant Canadian designers to date, and serves as a national and international platform to discover and promote Canada's brightest fashion stars. This year's couture cast includes 16 Canadian designers and their seasonally-inspired Cashmere BT Couture crafted from the brand's rich product portfolio: Spring “” Cashmere EnviroCare; Summer “” Cashmere Regular; Autumn “” Cashmere Ultra 3 Ply; and Winter “” Cashmere UltraLuxe.
They include: UNTTLD (Montréal), NARCES (Toronto), Stephan Caras Design (Toronto), Lisa Drader-Murphy (Halifax), DIODATI (Montréal), DALLA (Toronto), V-FRANZ (Montréal), IZ Collection (Toronto), Will Poho and Joseph Tassoni (Toronto), KaaDiki (Calgary), Miriam Baker (Toronto), Som Kong (Toronto), House of Knot (Calgary), AGAME Tennis (Toronto), Damzels in this Dress (Toronto) and Jon De Porter (Toronto).
Celebrating Four Majestic Seasons in One Memorable Day
More than 250 invited guests, including Canada's top fashion industry leaders, influencers, designers, and the media attended the White Cashmere Collection 2016 fashion show, Wednesday, September 28, at The AGO, Toronto. Canadians can view the spectacular runway show on the Cashmere Bathroom Tissue Youtube Channel.
The White Cashmere Collection 2016 is showcased at Cashmere.ca.
About Cashmere and Kruger Products LP
Cashmere, Canada's best-selling bathroom tissue, reflects Kruger Products' commitment to providing the finest quality tissue products to Canadian consumers. Kruger Products is Canada's leading tissue manufacturer and serves the Canadian consumer market with such well-known brands as Cashmere, Purex, SpongeTowels and Scotties, as well as away-from-home products for industrial and commercial use across Canada and the U.S.
About the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) is a national community-driven charity. As the largest charitable funder of breast cancer research in Canada, CBCF's vision is to create a future without breast cancer. Since its inception in 1986, the Foundation has invested over $360 million in breast cancer research, funding more than 1,400 scientific and community grants. CBCF's investments in vital research, education, health promotion, support and information programs have led to progress in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care. For more information, visit cbcf.org.