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Le Chameau x The Lady Garden Foundation limited edition boots. Giving the boot to gynaecological cancer - Standing strong for women’s health with The Lady Garden Foundation


Le Chameau x The Lady Garden Foundation limited edition boots.

Giving the boot to gynaecological cancer - Standing strong for women’s health with The Lady Garden Foundation.

This spring, Le Chameau is standing in solidarity with The Lady Garden Foundation and ​the wonderful work they do for women’s gynaecological health. Just in time for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month (OCAM - March 2022), we have teamed up for the launch of the new limited edition Iris Rose Garden Wellington boot, in a bid to raise awareness of and funding for gynaecological health.

We have launched a limited edition ​Iris boot in Chelsea, mid bottillon and tall boot styles adorned with the Lady Garden logo in our iconic Rose colourway. We will be donating 10 percent of all sales of the ​limited edition boots throughout March 2022 directly to The Lady Garden Foundation.

 

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Why the Lady Garden Foundation?

Le Chameau x The Lady Garden Foundation boots were designed to help stomp out the taboos surrounding ​women’s health and to help give gynaecological cancer the boot. The Lady Garden Foundation‘s mission is to raise funds for gynaecological health to help reduce the diagnoses and devastating outcomes of gynaecological cancers, often referred to as Silent Killers. The determined group of women behind the charity are as ambitious as their vision, which is not only to change the future of female health, but the way we talk about it too. Whilst maintaining a commitment to the prevention of all gynaecological cancers. There are 5 types of gynaecological cancer: Ovarian, Cervical, Uterine (Womb), Vaginal and Vulval. Understanding the symptoms will save lives, which is why we are calling on you to talk more openly about these life-saving issues.

The Lady Garden Foundation will also seek to shine a light on a woman's full Lady Garden journey; to arm women and girls with the knowledge they need to break down the taboos that surround the topic. The charity pledges to raise funds for both gynaecological cancer and additional causes from menstruation to menopause. 

 

The Boots

Following a successful launch of the Iris in 2020 across seven colourways, we have developed the nature inspired Rose coloured Botte in two new heights, the Bottillon and Chelsea. All boots have been adorned with The Lady Garden Foundation logo - a unique and special stamp of unity. The boots boast a lightweight and durable material for supreme all-day comfort, and their supple signature Chamolux rubber is used to make this wellington boot 100% waterproof. The signature poly-cotton jersey helps to wick moisture away from the feet keeping them dry and they adapt perfectly to suit high temperatures as well as intermediate seasons.

About Lady Garden Foundation

Founded in 2014, The Lady Garden Foundation is a national charity which aims to raise funds to extend and improve gynaecological health; to arm women and girls with the vital knowledge they need to break down these taboos.  Since it was founded, The Lady Garden Foundation has raised over £1.7m for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, which has funded cutting-edge gynaecological research projects, as well as a state-of-the-art cancer consultation room in the Royal Marsden’s Oak Cancer Centre and life-saving diagnostic equipment. Whilst maintaining a commitment to the prevention of all five gynaecological cancers, The Lady Garden Foundation also seeks to shine a light on a woman’s full Lady Garden journey. The charity pledges to raise funds for both gynaecological cancer and additional causes from menstruation to menopause.

Whilst maintaining a commitment to the prevention of all five gynaecological cancers The Lady Garden Foundation will also seek to shine a light on a woman's full Lady Garden journey. The charity pledges to raise funds for both gynaecological cancer and additional causes from menstruation to menopause.

The determined group of women behind the charity have all been affected by gynaecological cancers either directly or indirectly. Co-founders Jenny Halpern Prince, Tamara Beckwith Veroni, Chloe Delevingne, Mika Simmons, Josephine Daniel and Astrid Harbord, are all on a mission to change the future of female health for the better.

Speaking on the campaign and wider partnership with Le Chameau, Co-founder of The Lady Garden Foundation Chloe Delevingne said: ‘’For us this partnership was a no brainer - the Iris boots from Le Chameau in Rose tie in so perfectly to the brand, and what a great initiative that for every boot purchased, 10% of the sales will be given to the charity. It is more than what we could have asked for.’’

The Foundation, chaired by Jenny Halpern Prince, has an empowering group of trustees at the helm. The board consists of Dame Helena Morrissey - financier and author, Annalisa Jenkins M.B.B.S F.R.C.P- biopharma expert and thought leader, Tara Swart – neuroscientist and author, and Jenniffer Emanuel- Managing Director at Goldman Sachs, alongside Dr John Butler, Medical Director of The Lady Garden Foundation and Consultant Gynaecologist at The Royal Marsden Hospital. @ladygardenfoundation #SilentNoMore The Lady Garden Foundation is a charity registered in England and Wales (1154755) www.ladygardenfoundation.com

 

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Iris Rose Garden Chelsea
£ 80.00
Iris Rose Garden Botte
£ 100.00
Iris Rose Garden Bottillon
£ 90.00
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