Take the Leap in Pink

Shop and give back to the Breast Cancer Foundation with a pair of pretty in pink PAZZION shoes,

specially designed to raise funds for and awareness on breast cancer.

She is beauty, she is strength.

In honour of Pink October, PAZZION teams up with SOLIS Breast Cancer and Surgery Centre to raise awareness on breast cancer and give back to the Singapore Breast Cancer Foundation. Introducing the EDIRA collection – fronted by statement-making limited edition espadrilles, which are pink with a purpose. Put your best foot forward in the fashion favourites for your next fit check.

To celebrate the spirit of undeterred strength, unity and resilience shared by breast cancer patients and survivors, the espadrilles have been meticulously crafted to carry you through the seasons. It’s no secret that the modern woman juggles many roles. These shoes were made to empower women, while raising awareness on the importance of early breast cancer detection, care, and treatment.

PAZZION also gets up close and personal with SOLIS Breast Cancer & Surgery Centre medical specialists Dr Wong Chiung Ing and Dr Esther Chuwa, Nurse Kiranjit Jaur, and breast cancer survivor Tammy Chen to shed light on their professional advice and breast cancer journeys. Through funding education, research, and medical services, PAZZION and SOLIS strive to fight the good fight against breast cancer and make progress towards finding a cure.

For every pair of EDIRA espadrilles purchased ($96 a pair), 30% of nett proceeds go towards the Singapore Breast Cancer Foundation to fund critical research and support members of the community who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. To show your support on Facebook and Instagram, snap a selfie using the @pazzionofficial’s Take the Leap in Pink filter and tag
#PAZZIONCares #TaketheLeapinPink.

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