During Pink October, month for the fight against breast cancer, decoration is also mobilized with 3 committed initiatives. The opportunity to return to an olé olé trend, those of breasts which, of all kinds, point the tip of their nose in our interior decoration. Nipple covers, mugs, vases and wallpapers are getting on the titty trend... do you dare to kiss it?
To hell with nipple censorship, it's time for liberation and there are people on the balcony. In this month of Pink October , where awareness of the fight against breast cancer is more topical than ever, decoration is in tune, for a good cause. In the great family of decoration trends a little (beauQ) crossed out, I ask for female bodies and titties! Top(less) trend alert that should get you going.
From October 1, 2022, while stocks last, the Danish design brand Flying Tiger Copenhagen is committed to the fight against breast cancer alongside the Ruban Rose association . How ? By becoming a patron of the latter with two solidarity products, which are a flowerpot at 7 euros, 2 of which will be donated to the association and a cup at 5 euros, 1 of which will also be donated to Ruban Rose. In stores and online flyingtiger.com .
An eco-responsible and socially committed Toulouse brand, Loulenn signs infinite French wool duvets and pillows. Why infinite will you tell me? Because they are returnable - 30 or 50 euros per duvet, depending on the dimensions chosen and 12 euros per pillow - so they never become waste! At the end of their life, simply send them back to Loulenn, who recovers the amount of the deposit in the form of a voucher before cleaning and recycling the wool to give life to new products and so on! On the occasion of Pink October, Loulenn customizes his Sénane model and his Malo pillow in the colors of the pink ribbon , symbol of the fight against breast cancer and it is a limited edition. For any purchase of a duvet 140x200 to 220x240 cm from 250 to 445 euros, 10 euros will be donated to the ARC foundation for cancer research and 5 euros per pillow 50x70 or 60x60 cm 90 euros sold. loulenn.fr
Once again this year, the florist Au Nom de la Rose is offering its customers the opportunity to participate in the fight against breast cancer by donating 1 euro of the amount of each bouquet purchased to the Maison RoseUp association . Every year, she accompanies more than 800 women in her two houses, in Paris and Bordeaux. Unique places where women with cancer can have access to the tools they need to get through the disease as well as possible: thematic workshops, physical activities, well-being/beauty, conferences, exchanges between peers, medical subjects... Meet in all Au Nom de la Rose stores, online at aunomdelarose.fr and on the UberEats app to take part in this great operation!
Created to fight censorship of (women's) nipples on social media, the movement #FreeTheNipple - understand: release the nipple(s)! - has caused a wind of freedom to blow. A breath of fresh air that seems to have inspired designers and creators. Indeed, the latter have made a lie The Tartuffe of Molière and his famous 'Cover this breast that I cannot see' . Today, the breast no longer hides and shows off at all costs. In a shapely box at Coucou Suzette or as a pair of breasts patterned bath mats at the New York design studio, Cold Picnic.
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Still on Instagram, love at first sight for the profile of Group Partner . Founded in 2012 by Isaac Nichols, a ceramics melter whose work revolves around self-acceptance, sexuality and a love of plants, this Brooklyn-based studio has gradually turned into a small-scale factory. pots decked out with bare breasts, as if dressed.Source journaldesfemmes.fr