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Designer Tees To Help Fight Against Breast Cancer

Make sure you look fabulous this summer wearing a tee that’s not only designed by one of New Zealand’s great designers, but helps raise funds for a great cause, as well.

This January, New Zealand’s number one online women’s clothing store, EziBuy, has collaborated with Breast Cancer Research Trust (BCRT) and three Kiwi designers; Moochi, Andrea Moore and Trelise Cooper, to launch a stylish collection of limited edition tees.

Each tee will be exclusively available to purchase from EziBuy and 100% of all proceeds from every t-shirt will be donated by EziBuy to BCRT to help find a cure for breast cancer.

Andrea Moore


Trelise Cooper

RRP $29.99 and available in sizes XS to 3XL.

“New Zealand has one of the highest incidence rates of breast cancer and has the third highest death rate in the western world. There is an urgent need to find a cure for breast cancer and stop it in its tracks”, says Phillipa Green from BCRT.

Green continues: “This is the first major fundraising initiative with EziBuy. By working together with three well-respected fashion designers, we are looking to raise funds to help find a cure for breast cancer.

“Created by Moochi, Andrea Moore and Trelise Cooper – each tee is a limited edition line, so you have to act quick if you want one, as they’re expected to sell out quickly,” says Edwina Neilson GM Marketing from EziBuy.

“What’s truly amazing about this campaign is 100% from the sale of each tee will go back to BCRT. From the designers, printers, models, stylists and photographers – everyone has helped provide their service for free, for which we’re extremely thankful of. This means all the money raised can go towards the number one cause – curing breast cancer.”

Each limited edition tee is exclusively available to purchase from the EziBuy contact centre (0508 500 500), on the EziBuy website ( and at an EziBuy store (in Albany, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch).

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Swear to Wear for a Cure


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