FTBC gets support of SVP, Know HOW

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To support 20th-anniversary celebrations of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer SVP Jewelry launches its collection. The British jewelry brand, SVP with its latest Mono Switch range has collaborated with Antonia O'Brien, a TV presenter to support the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.

SVP designed its new creation to support Fashion Targets Breast Cancer as well as be a part of its 20th-anniversary celebrations. The latest Mono Switch range of this British jewelry brand has joined forces with the O’Brien; a renowned TV presenter to support Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, which raises essential funds for Breast Cancer research work. The British jewelry boutique promulgated that 30% of all sales collection from the Mono Switch collection sale will be contributed to the cause. Passing on the cause iconic camaïeu target symbol, the five-piece jewelry collection centers on statement jewelry embedded with the semi-precious gems, i.e., black onyx and white agate. These semi-precious gem nuggets have been chosen by Sarah Parham and Antonia, founder of the SVP jewelry for their talismanic attributes, granting wearer protection along with physical strength, hope, and bravery. Each design jewelry has been crafted with an option of black and white to complement the campaign. Furthermore, SVP jewelry would be presenting its collection to the buyers at trade show Premiere Classe and Woven the Agency in addition to SCOOP.

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Antonia O'BrienBreast Cancer NowcharityMono Switchsarah parhamsvp jewelryScoopFashion Targets Breast CancerWoven the AgencyPremiere ClasseTrade showPositive Luxury

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