Elson & Co. will give 10 percent from sales of its designer rugs— including this one by Lambertson Truex ($5,999)—to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. If the purchase is at ABC Carpet & Home, the store will match the donation.
Elson & Co.
67 Murray St., 212-608-9456ABC Carpet & Home
888 Broadway, 212-473-3000
The perky Camille vase by Jonathan Adler ($120 in white, $165 in platinum glaze) benefits the Susan G. Komen foundation.
465 Broome St., 212-941-8950
Buy any of four styles of pink shoes ($195–$395) from Constança Basto, and the designer will donate 30 percent to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Shown here, Pink Tanger, $310.
573 Hudson St., 212-645-3233Henri Bendel
712 Fifth Ave., 800-H-BENDEL
Clear Your Palette
Clinique’s Breast Cancer Awareness Set contains ten shades of lip gloss (and a brush, of course); 40 percent of retail sales benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Ferragamo’s pink leather strap with silver logo clasp can be worn either as a choker or wrapped around the wrist. It’s $80, $20 of which goes to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
655 Madison Ave., 800-628-8916
Almost all the $20 cost of Philosophy’s Remember 3-in-1 shampoo–bath gel–shower gel (bought on drugstore.com) goes to the Women’s Cancer Research Fund.
To purchase, go to drugstore.com.
From top: Avon Crusade Watch is $20 at avonwalkstore.org. Metropolis Make-a-Difference Watch by Coach is $350, $100 of which benefits the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation; at Coach stores (coach.com) and Bloomingdale’s. Thirty percent of sales from DKNY’s Pink Watch ($150) benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation; available at DKNY.
This teddy bear is $10 at Macy’s; $6 from each goes to the American Cancer Society (212-695-4400).
151 W. 34th St., 212-695-4400
Warm And Fuzzy
Half of the proceeds from the sale of White + Warren’s pink cashmere scarf benefits Women at Risk ($198).
To purchase, go to whiteandwarren.com.
The New Old Grind
The Model A-9 Coffee Mill was originally introduced in 1939; KitchenAid reissued it this year, with $10 from each sale benefiting the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation ($129.99).
To purchase, go to cookforthecure.com.
Decca sunglasses by Kata Eyewear, $285 at Morgenthal-Frederics. Fifty percent of proceeds benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Photographed by James Worrell.