[Luxus Magazine] When luxury celebrates Pink October

Like every year, the month of October focuses on the fight against breast cancer, with the aim of supporting research and raising public awareness of screening. A period that has become an integral part of the luxury brands’ calendar, with collaborations, donations and dedicated capsules. Here’s a non-exhaustive list of some of these initiatives.

 

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, affecting 60,000 new cases every year. Yet 3 out of 4 breast cancers can be cured, provided they are detected early enough through screening.

 

Created in 1992 by Evelyn H. Lauder, the “Pink Ribbon” information campaign was a forerunner in the fight against breast cancer.

 

Known as “Octobre Rose” in France, the month-long initiative is in its 30th year in 2023.

 

Gastronomy, fashion and beauty in pink

 

On Sunday, October 1, the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe were lit up in pink to launch Pink October, the month dedicated to the fight against breast cancer organized by the Ruban Rose association. On the Champs-Elysées, 99 women and one man affected by the disease, as well as 100 members of the medical profession, paraded alongside Paris Fashion Week. Évelyne Dhéliat, Claudia Tagbo and Alice Detollenaere accompanied the procession, to the rhythm of Jenifer’s songs. While this is a decisive month for Ruban Rose in terms of visibility, the luxury goods industry also intends to make its contribution, and at the same time demonstrate its feminist and supportive vision.

 

While the Peninsula Paris also dressed in pink last Sunday, the Shangri-La Paris hotel is offering a weekend tea time in its La Bauhinia setting, where chef Maxence Barbot has set to work making pink pastries. Le Fauchon L’Hôtel Paris has also co-created a 100% pink solidarity menu with lingerie brand Aubade, served at the Grand Café Fauchon with a 10-euro donation to the association for each order.

 

Chocolaterie Cyril Lignac’s XL marshmallow bear is adorned with a colorful heart for the Collectif Triplettes Roses. Another tasty initiative is Angelina Paris’ emblematic Mont Blanc, in a pink raspberry jelly version, with one euro of the purchase price donated to the Gustave Roussy cancer research center.

 

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