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Kylie Minogue supports the Pink Ribbon Foundation

Since The Loco-motion topped the charts in 1987, and became the highest selling single of the decade in Australia, Kylie has sold over 80 million records, achieved 34 top tens and 7 number ones.  

In 2008, Kylie was awarded an OBE for services to music as well as   the highest cultural honour in France, Chevalier Dans L’Odre des Arts et des Lettres, by the French Government for her contribution to the enrichment of French culture.  In 2019, Kylie set the current record for the most-watched performance ever at Glastonbury, with over 3.9m people tuning in. With her latest studio album “DISCO” reaching Number 1 in the UK’s Official Charts, Kylie has become the first female artist to top the UK albums chart in five consecutive decades.

Kylie’s I Celebrate You design takes inspiration from her song Celebrate You, which appears on her album Disco.  It is the first song that she has written in the third person and is about heart and connection.  The character of Mary in the song, refers to anyone and everyone who needs reassurance that they are enough and loved. There is also a gentle nod to breast cancer awareness with the addition of a pink ribbon in the word ‘you’ replacing the ‘o’. 

Shop Kylie's products now: https://pinkribbonfoundationstore.com/new/  Every item is made using 100% sustainable GOTS* cotton, renewable energy and is designed to be returned to Teemill for remanufacturing after it's worn out for money off the next purchase. Each item is printed on demand seconds after they're ordered online, meaning zero waste and items are shipped the next day in plastic-free, funky paper packaging. (*Global Organic Textile Standard).  

At least 25% is donated to the Pink Ribbon Foundation for each item sold, to support those affected by breast cancer.  

Wear and share #wearyoursupport #TeamPRF

Follow Kylie on social media:
Twitter @kylieminogue 
Instagram @kylieminogue

Kylie Minogue supports the Pink Ribbon Foundation
March 08, 2021

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