FVCK CANCER Just Launched A Charity Collection With Nasty Gal

It includes headscarves, hats and t-shirts.

Nasty Gal have announced a collaboration with FVCK CANCER, a kickass head coverings brand working to
help those struggling with hair loss due to chemotherapy.

It was founded by Irish natives Luke and Amelia Skinnader, after when Amelia, Luke’s wife, discovered she had an aggressive form of stomach cancer.

During chemotherapy, Amelia struggled to find headwear that had personality, and so they began making their own quirky, style-focused headwear themselves.

This developed into the kickass brand now known as FVCK CANCER. Sadly, Amelia has since passed away, and Luke continues to push their mission of making pieces that encourage people to “feel confident and unique”, while giving back to the community, (a percentage of their sales go to Teens Unite and The Pink Ribbon Foundation).

Nasty Gal linked up with FVCK CANCER in the hopes of opening up the conversation around “the big C”—a topic that is taboo to this day.

As one of the leading causes of death in the world, we all know someone who has been touched by cancer, yet it’s not always spoken about.

Open discussions can lead to risk elimination, early diagnosis, and effective support for those affected. It’s time we looked cancer square in the face.

The 14-piece collection featuring graphic tees, ‘70s-inspired prints and details taken from the original disco era, and co-coordinating headscarfs and bucket hats.

This drop was inspired by Amelia and Luke’s love for life as well as Amelia’s strength. The couple’s love for music and bold prints are present throughout. For every item sold, 100% of profits will be donated to FVCK CANCER and their incredible platform.

Prices start from €10 and are available in sizes XS – XL available on Nasty Gal now.

Check out FVCK CANCER’s other products on their website here.