Christina Applegate turns jewellery designer for cancer charitySeptember 29th, 2010 - 4:57 pm ICT by ANI
London, Sep 29 (ANI): Pregnant breast cancer survivor Christina Applegate has teamed up with gem designer Alex Woo to create jewellery for cancer charity.
The ‘Anchorman’ actress has created a new pendant necklace to raise funds for her ‘Right Action for Women’ foundation.
“Reminds me so much of the roses I made out of ribbons for my friends and family while in the hospital,” the Daily Star quoted Applegate as telling People.com magazine.
“I am so grateful to Alex for creating such a beautiful piece to benefit Right Action for Women. Proceeds from the necklace will help women at high risk for breast cancer get the screenings and testing they need to beat this disease,” she added.
The pendant, available in gold and silver, features a tree and branches design. (ANI)
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