Diptyque, a creative fragrance house emblematic of excellence, imagination and a passion for exquisite materials, has joined forces this Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with The Pink Agenda, a not-for-profit organization committed to raising money for breast cancer care and research and awareness of the disease among young professionals.
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During the month of October, Diptyque will donate 20% of the proceeds from each Eau Rose Roll-on sold on its website, its San Francisco and New York City boutiques, and select Nordstrom and Space NK retailers.
“diptyque is working with The Pink Agenda because we fully support their mission and believe that Breast Cancer Awareness is a very important cause,” says Donna DiDonato, Managing Director for diptyque US. “Our Eau Rose Roll-on is a perfect fit for this partnership, and we hope that sales will help bring attention to The Pink Agenda’s goals.”
Jaquelyn M. Scharnick, co-president of The Pink Agenda, said, “We’re delighted that diptyque shares our commitment to making breast cancer history. Raising money and raising awareness is at the heart of what we do as an organization, and this partnership goes a long way toward advancing that mission, bringing us ever closer to a world without breast cancer.”
diptyque’s Eau Rose, a totally new fragrance that pays tribute to the queen of flowers, the rose is an olfactory composition designed to celebrate the multiple aromas of the flower in its natural state, as it blossoms over time.
The Eau Rose Roll-on retails for $48.
About The Pink Agenda:
The Pink Agenda is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) organization committed to raising money for breast cancer care and research and awareness of the disease among young professionals. The organization’s efforts are intended to not only expedite the eventual discovery of a cure for the disease, but to raise awareness among young professionals, resulting in earlier detection, as well as an understanding of where to go for support and resources if ever faced with a breast cancer diagnosis.