October 2014 is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Talented, the British sustainable tote bag brand, is delighted to support the campaign with their “I Knit So I Won’t Kill People” Tote Bag.  Talented will donate 10% of all sales from their I Knit pink tote to Breast Cancer Care.

The ‘I Knit’ bag is from designer Leslie Astor’s Slogan collection of funny, cool and artistic totes. It is available in two colourways, pink and green.      

   

The Talented range is designed in the UK and printed in Sheffield on fair-trade certified cotton bags and purses. The ranges sell in beautiful giftware shops, fashion boutiques, museums and gallery shops, as well as online, retailing for £12-15.  Featuring the best of British design and using upcycled or sustainable fabrics, Talented celebrates the bag as an art form.

Supporting charities is a key objective for this fast-growing eco-brand. Every year nearly 55,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK. That’s the equivalent of one person every 10 minutes. Nearly 12,000 people die from breast cancer in the UK every year.

Julia Gash, CEO and chief designer at Talented said: “We are very happy to support Breast Cancer Awareness month with our latest slogan tote bag. Cancer touches the lives of a lot of people and as a company we are proud to support this important campaign.”

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