Brave Dame Deborah James has announced that she is launching an exciting new clothing line with InTheStyle, which is set to include the glamorous white dress she wore for Prince William
Dame Deborah James has launched a brand new clothing line, which includes the dress she wore for Prince William.
The brave lady, known as Bowelbabe, was recently released from hospital and is now receiving palliative care at home after a five-year battle with bowel cancer.
Debs revealed that she has partnered with clothing brand InTheStyle to design and curate a clothing line to inspire and empower.
Sharing some snaps on social media, the brunette beauty donned a pink tulle skirt with her newly launched charity t-shirt which reads: Rebellious Hope – a favorite Deborah saying.
Taking to Instagram to reveal the news and drop a very special product, she wrote, “I’m so excited to finally be able to share (at least part of) a project I’ve been working on for several months now.
“With the @inthestyle team, I created and designed a collection of beautiful clothes to hopefully make us all look good and feel good!!!”
She then explained that the main collection wasn’t quite ready yet, but added, “although some of you may have noticed recently that I’ve been wearing a whole slew of beautiful floral dresses – which I can confirm they were worn for my visit from Prince William!”
Deborah continued: “I can’t tell you how this partnership got me through my hospital stays and kept me away from cancer.
“For years I’ve always talked about ‘dressing to make you feel better’ and over the past few months all the ups and downs, being in and out of hospital, dressing in beautiful clothes and putting on Lippy made a difference to my journey.”
The brave lady then added, “Today though, as a taster, I wanted to share something really special…..
“As you all know I’ve always had a quote close to my heart… ‘Rebellious Hope’ so @inthestyle kindly agreed with me to release an exclusive limited edition T-shirt in aid of @bowelbabefund which is available to order through the @inthestyle app NOW.
“With 100% of the profits (minimum £7.08 per t-shirt) from the sale of everyone going directly to the Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK.”
Debs then concluded, “I’m looking forward (or unfortunately I’m going to leave it to my family and ITS) to share the rest of the collection, which I’m also happy to say the plan for this collection is that all proceeds will benefit the Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research in the UK.
“Know that I had so much fun designing and organizing everything and I hope you have the same fun wearing it x.”
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