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CAUSE AND EFFECT: Juicy Couture founders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor are taking part in the Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s 2008 Pink Revolution campaign. The pair specially designed a limited edition T-shirt bearing the “Juicy Royalty” crest and a pink ribbon as well as a heart-shaped charm. The T-shirt, which costs 700 Hong Kong dollars, or about $90 at current exchange, and the charm, which costs 300 Hong Kong dollars, or about $39, will be available next month at Juicy Couture’s stores at IFC mall, The Landmark, Time Square and Gateway. Proceeds benefit the Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s ongoing breast cancer support and research programs.
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