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In Marie Claire’s lastest issue, they have listed thier most stylish pieces that support Breast Cancer research. Christina Appelgate is pictured wearing the Tree of Life pendant she co-designed with Alex Woo. Net proceeds of this beautiful necklace go directly towards Christina’s charity: Right Action for Women.
Alex Woo attended the unveiling of “The Big 5 Collection” gala event in New York City tonight. The Steuben sponsor event was hosted by Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover, runway model and AWF Goodwill Ambassador Veronica Varekova.
To support these animals natural habitat, starting in September through December 10% of all proceeds from these designs will benefit the African Wildlife Foundation, the leading conservation organization focused solely on the African continent. Since its inception in 1961, the AWF has protected endangered species and the land and habitat they depend on; promoted partnerships with the private sector to benefit local communities as a means to improve livelihoods, and trained hundreds of African nationals in conservation — all to ensure the survival of Africa’s unparalleled wildlife heritage.
A portion of the proceeds of all pieces sold within Alex Woo’s Sweni Collection is also donated to the African Wildlife Foundation. In the photo, Alex Woo is pictured with long time supporter of AWF, co-founder of the pioneering hip-hop label Def Jam and creator of Phat Farm, Russell Simmons.
Pick up the latest edition of People Style watch for the most stylish and charitable fashions that help support Breast Cancer research! Christina Applegate is showing off Alex Woo’s Tree of Life in which the designer and actress collaborated on. The Tree of Life represents harmony, hope and renewal with seven leaves to signify the days of the week and to live each day to its fullest. Christina designed this necklace with her loved ones in mind. This pendant is an everyday reminder of the important things in life and to stay vigilant about breast cancer awareness and the steps to early detection. The Tree of Life is a great way to cherise your loved ones and to support a wonderful charity. 100% of the net proceeds directly benefits Right Action for Women, a Christina Applegate foundation.
Check out the October issue of Oprah Magazine! Oprah lists her favorite items that support breast cancer research, detection and treatment. A special edition of Alex Woo’s Tree of Life pendant is featured in Rose Gold vermeil! The pendant was co-designed with breast cancer survivor Christina Applegate and is an everyday reminder to stay vigilant about breast cancer awarness and steps to early detection. Net proceeds from the sale of the Tree of Life pendant directly benefit Right Action for Women, a Christina Applegate Foundation. Right Action for Women encourages women to learn facts and figures about breast cancer and provides funding for the expensive MRI screenings that help in early detection of breast cancer. Christina designed this necklace with her loved ones in mind so share this with your loved ones and support a great cause.
In a live, one-hour fundraising encore event to accelerate innovative cancer research, an amazing lineup of actors, musicians, athletes and journalists participated in the Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) primetime roadblock television fundraising event simulcast commercial-free on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, Bio, Current TV, Discovery Health, E!, G4, HBO, HBO Latino, MLB Network, mun2, Showtime, Smithsonian Channel, The Style Network, TV One and VH1 and was hosted by network news anchors Katie Couric, Diane Sawyer and Brian Williams. The broadcast aired in 195 countries and was dedicated to the 12 million U.S. cancer survivors, illustrating how groundbreaking research can change the tide in the fight against the disease. Please donate to accelerate cancer research 1.888.90.STAND.
SU2C’s star-studded television special builds continuing public support and donations for cutting-edge cancer research that translates at a rapid pace from the laboratory to treatments and technologies benefitting patients. One-hundred percent of all donations received from the public will go directly to cancer research and the 2008 telecast helped raise over $100 million.
Christina Applegate, among the famous cancer survivors who underwent a double mastectomy, wore the Tree of Life pendant she designed with Alex Woo. She has founded Right Action for Women, a foundation to aid those individuals who are at increased risk for breast cancer and do not have insurance or the financial flexibility to cover the high costs associated with breast screenings.
Knoxville City View Magazine is recognizing breast cancer awareness in a big way. They have listed their favorite fashionable finds that raise money for breast cancer research. Among these finds is Alex Woo’s Mini Breast Cancer Ribbon. Net proceeds of the newest addition to the mini collection go directly to breast cancer research. The Mini Breast Cancer Ribbon is a great way to show your support and to make a financial contribution to a needy cause.
The latest issue of Pregnancy and Newborn is out and they are loving Alex Woo! They list Alex Woo’s Little Luck Horseshoe as one of their favorite things saying this necklace reminds them how lucky they are to be a momma.
Horseshoes represent never ending luck and they help ward off evil; Alex Woo’s Little Luck Horseshoe hangs upward so your luck never runs out! This is a perfect gift for moms to show our appreciation and love for all of their hard work!
We doesn’t love seeing a shirtless Kellen Lutz?! He was once again the runner up of People’s Shirtless Bracket coming in second to Taylor Lautner; but in our eye’s, Kellen will always be #1! Here he is spotted walking around Studio City, CA looking cute in his shorts and Alex Woo Necklace.
Kellen is wearing his Alex Woo Little Letter K necklace layered with a vintage cross.