Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer heats up and star in new Tommy Hilfiger breast cancer awareness campaign

 

 

Longtime friends: Nineties supermodels Naomi Campbell  and Claudia Schiffer have reunited for a new Tommy

breast cancer awareness campaign. The two beauties, both aged 43, were picked by the clothing brand to model a new limited-edition tote bag, priced at $299, with $100 from each sale going towards the nbreast cancer awareness campaign. The two beauties, both aged 43, were picked by the clothing brand to model a new limited-edition tote bag, priced at $299, with $100 from each sale going towards the non-profit, Breast Health International. Ms Campbell said breast cancer hits close to home because her own mother was diagnosed with the disease and she’s seen ‘first-hand the hardships and challenges the illness can cause.’ Scroll down for video Longtime friends: Nineties supermodels Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer have reunited for a new Tommy Hilfiger campaign, aimed at raising awareness for breast cancer She and Ms Schiffer posed with the new Tommy Hilfiger handbag, which comes in the brand’s signature red, white and blue color palette, wearing nothing but classic, crisp white shirts. More… From shoulder pads and knee-high boots to midriff-baring spandex: A history of NFL cheerleader uniforms – and their hairstyles Madonna’s cone bras, sailor stripes and talking mannequins: Jean Paul Gaultier’s avant-garde designs come to life in captivating retrospective ‘I hadn’t washed my own hair for 20 years’: Meet the woman who spent over $14k a year on her salon blowout addiction A behind-the-scenes video show the longtime friends clearly having fun on set, cracking smiles and giggling in front of the camera. They were photographed by the legendary Patrick Demarchelier, whom they have both worked with from the start of their careers in the Nineties. Classic look: The two beauties dressed in crisp white shirts to model the new tote bag – it is priced at $299 with $100 from each sale going towards the non-profit, Breast Health International ‘The energy on set was great. We always have a wonderful time together. . . It’s like working with family as we have known each other for over 20 years,’ mother-of-three, Ms Schiffer said. One of the campaign images show the duo seemingly walking in mid-air carrying the Tommy Hilfiger tote bags, with their long legs on display. Read more:

 

Classic look: The two beauties dressed in crisp white  shirts to model the new tote bag – it is priced at $299 with $100 from each sale  going towards the non-profit, Breast Health International

Ms Campbell said breast cancer hits close to home because her own mother was diagnosed with the disease and she’s seen ‘first-hand the hardships and challenges the illness can cause.’ Scroll down for video Longtime friends: Nineties supermodels Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer have reunited for a new Tommy Hilfiger campaign, aimed at raising awareness for breast cancer She and Ms Schiffer posed with the new Tommy Hilfiger handbag, which comes in the brand’s signature red, white and blue color palette, wearing nothing but classic, crisp white shirts. More… From shoulder pads and knee-high boots to midriff-baring spandex: A history of NFL cheerleader uniforms – and their hairstyles Madonna’s cone bras, sailor stripes and talking mannequins: Jean Paul Gaultier’s avant-garde designs come to life in captivating retrospective ‘I hadn’t washed my own hair for 20 years’: Meet the woman who spent over $14k a year on her salon blowout addiction A behind-the-scenes video show the longtime friends clearly having fun on set, cracking smiles and giggling in front of the camera. They were photographed by the legendary Patrick Demarchelier, whom they have both worked with from the start of their careers in the Nineties. Classic look: The two beauties dressed in crisp white shirts to model the new tote bag – it is priced at $299 with $100 from each sale going towards the non-profit, Breast Health International ‘The energy on set was great. We always have a wonderful time together. . . It’s like working with family as we have known each other for over 20 years,’ mother-of-three, Ms Schiffer said. One of the campaign images show the duo seemingly walking in mid-air carrying the Tommy Hilfiger tote bags, with their long legs on display.

For a good cause: Ms Campbell said breast cancer hits  close to home because her own mother was diagnosed with the disease and she’s  seen ‘first-hand the hardships the illness can cause’

 

Perfect accessory: ‘I’ll carry it while dropping the  kids off at school, grabbing lunch with friends or while traveling,’ said Ms  Schiffer of the tote bag

 

American fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, 62,  said it was an honor to get both women on board.

‘I’ve always admired Claudia and Naomi’s  unique styles,’ he said.

It is the seventh limited-edition bag  designed in aid of Breast Health International from Tommy Hilfiger.

The organization takes care of costs which  are not covered by traditional health care for instance; transportation and  accommodation.

The handbag is currently available in select  Tommy Hilfiger stores around the world and can be purchased at tommy.com.

 For a good cause: Ms Campbell said breast cancer hits  close to home because her own mother was diagnosed with the disease and she’s  seen ‘first-hand the hardships the illness can cause’

 

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3 thoughts on “Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer heats up and star in new Tommy Hilfiger breast cancer awareness campaign

  1. Nice hand bags naomi never ages. I know some people deliberately put bad photos of her on their websites but when you see her in person she is a good looking woman.

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