Yes, Cara Delevigne and Ellie Goulding have been getting their ‘Lady Gardens’ out on Instagram… But it’s not what you think.

Cara Delevingne, Laura Whitmore and Amber Le Bon have been showing off their Lady Garden but it’s not quite what you think…

Prince Harry’s Ex Cressida Bonas was the first to show off her Lady Garden but they’re actually referring to the grey sweatshirt created by Black Score designer Simeon Farrar to raise awareness of gynecological cancer. Simeon’s also the ledgend behind the ‘Queen Delevingne’ tshirt and ‘No.1 Dunn’ as seen on the ladies themselves at Fashion Week.

Following suit, Liz Hurley and Ellie Goulding have taken to Instagram to show their support with the £28 sweatshirt available from Topshop’s website from tomorrow! Winner!

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Wild at Heart florist, Nikki Tibbles will be designing a limited edition window too for the Lady Garden campaign. Together, they aim to raise awareness among young women about gynaecological cancer and the symptoms. These cancers – currently known as silent killers as they are often diagnosed too late – can be reduced radically in the generations to come if young women look out for the symptoms and are brave enough to talk about their bodies more.

Simeon Farrar, the designer of Black Score, said: ‘We are very excited to be working on the Lady Garden project with the Gynaecological Cancer Fund.

‘Black Score as a label has worked to support many social issues close to its heart, and the Gynaecological Cancer Fund is a charity that we really want to support.’

The money raised by The Gynaecological Cancer Fund will fund new research into gynaecological cancers at The Royal Marsden.

The Gynaecological Cancer Fund is a newly established charity on a mission to raise money in support of Dr Susana Banerjee who’s the leading oncologist at The Royal Marsden.

In the UK alone, 20,000 women are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer, including ovarian, womb, cervical, vaginal and vulval, every year and more than 7,700 of these women will die.

Every day more than 50 women receive news of their diagnosis and 21 families lose a woman they love.

So go on! Let’s get together, get a nice new sweatshirt and show our support across social media for the #LadyGardenCampaign and #WhatDoYouCallYours and tag @GYNAECANCERFUND.

You can also text the word DONATE to make a £5 donation text LADYGARDEN to 70755*

*You will be charged £5, plus one message at your standard network rate. 100% of your donation will be received by the Gynaecological Cancer Fund, Registered Charity No: 1154755. If you have any questions please email info@gcfund.co.uk.

 

Sarah Bradbury