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Who run the world? Girls, obvs.

With 8th March celebrating International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day just round the corner (in the UK), it’s the perfect time to give a shout out to my favourite females be it in music, film or fashion. These are just some of the leading ladies who I look to for a daily dose of style inspo.

Jenna Lyons.
Creative Director & President of J.Crew

What successful, aspirational and influential looks like, not to mention super style icon. Jenna’s career ascent is one every budding fashion careerist should read up about. My favourite article on Jenna is this one from Fast Company written in 2013.

Jenna Lyons

Sky Ferreira.
Model and Singer

The enfant terrible of the modelling world, I adore Sky’s multi-faceted looks going from goth to grunge to glam and back round again – she pulls it off every time, and brings her savvy style to the music world too.

Sky Ferriera

Lights.
Singer & Songwriter

Lights’ many solo albums are a shining example of her wonderful songwriting, synth and guitar abilities, but it was her haunting support vocals featured on British metalcore band, Bring Me The Horizon’s 2010 release, There Is A Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven Let’s Keep It A Secret. for their track, “Don’t Go”, that has got me absolutely hooked. She’s got an angelic voice that lends itself perfectly to her own brand of edgy pop down to the heaviest of heavy metal tunes.

Singer Lights

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Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign launches today, with Emeli Sande, Laura Bailey and Jessica Ennis leading the sensational cause with its call-to-arms message of, Wear Your Support!

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Breast cancer affects nearly 50,000 women and 400 men a year, with more than 1,000 who die from the disease every month. Founded in 1994 by the renowned designer Ralph Lauren, he was inspired to use fashion to help breast cancer charities across the globe raise awareness, give support and further increase the research needed to fight this deadly disease. The campaign is hugely successful and since its inception has raised more than £13 million!

This season, the charity has paired up once again with High Street heroes, Topshop, Warehouse, River Island and many more to deliver three capsule collections (Pastel Sundae, On Target and Breezy Daze) of covetable fashion finds for Spring, with a minimum 30% of proceeds going towards the fight against breast cancer.

From statement swimwear to cool tshirts, day dresses and the perfect pair of pink trainers, what a season to ‘wear your support’! Get a sneak peek of the collection here…

Fashion Targets Spring 2014Clockwise from top left: Debenhams Red Herring Bikini £32, M&S Lipbalm £3, Superga 2750 Trainers £45, River Island Oversized Print & Petal Tshirt £18Topshop Raglan Sleeve Tee £18, River Island Oversized One + Only Tshirt £15

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Clockwise from top left: H! By Henry Holland Bracelet £5, Warehouse Floral Top £30, Warehouse Floral Shorts £32, M&S Bracelet £7.50

To view the full collection and find out more about the campaign, visit the official Fashion Targets Breast Cancer website. The campaign runs for six weeks, so don’t forget to check their website or by going direct to the High Street brand’s website often as items become available.