Celeste Barber fronts Witchery’s 2021 White Shirt Campaign

Witchery White Shirt Campaign 2021

Celeste Barber for Witchery White Shirt Campaign 2021. Image supplied.

Fronted by comedian Celeste Barber, Witchery’s thirteenth annual White Shirt Campaign is a resounding call to arms to defend women from the ever-present threat of ovarian cancer. With the sale of each shirt, 100% of gross proceeds go to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation in the hopes of developing an early detection test.

“It’s an honour to be the official ambassador for this year’s White Shirt Campaign. I work hard to help to encourage women to love how they look and respect their bodies in their natural form, ovaries and all,” says Barber.

But with no obvious signs, approximately 300 New Zealand women are left vulnerable to ovarian cancer each year.

“I was incredibly shocked to learn that invasive surgery is currently the only way to detect and accurately diagnose ovarian cancer. Vital research is needed to find a non-invasive, early detection alternative, that is readily available to all women,” Barber adds.

Over the past twelve years, Witchery has donated more than $13.8 million and continues to pledge its support to increasing education and funding. More than fifty percent of the community incorrectly believe that a smear test diagnoses ovarian cancer – it doesn’t.

Designed in collaboration with Toni Maticevski, the 2021 white shirt is a tailored classic. Featuring strong shoulder detailing, ribboning and tapering at the waist, the shirt speaks to the beauty in strength.

The 2021 Witchery White Shirt is available online and in-stores now.

Witchery White Shirt Campaign 2021

Images supplied.

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