Savage X Breast Cancer Awareness
 

Meet our Savage X Breast Cancer Thrivers, Survivors, & Co-Thrivers.
 

Kenneth, Breast Cancer Survivor
@kennethtoddnelson

 

Since his breast cancer diagnosis, Kenneth has advocated for men to have a voice and be included in conversations about the disease. By sharing his personal journey of self-reliance, he hopes to raise awareness about the importance of detection and, most importantly, bring light to the fact that men get breast cancer too. Cecilia, his chosen Co-Thriver, “second auntie” and friend has been his source of support throughout his journey.
 

Lindzey, Metastatic Breast Cancer Thriver
@lindzeyschaffer

 

For two years, Lindzey could tell something was off. She had undergone a series of tests but never received conclusive results. One month before the COVID-19 shutdown, Lindzey was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer at the age of 29. Through it all her sister, Loren, has been by her side. As sisters, best friends, and business partners, they've shared their unbreakable bond and journey with us.
 

Brittany, Breast Cancer Survivor
@brittchurchill

 

Brittany discovered a small lump years prior to her official diagnosis. After multiple doctor visits, her diagnosis wasn’t discovered until she visited a new oncologist. From that experience, her message is now all about self-advocacy and knowing your own body. Joined by her Co-Thriver and husband, Misha, the couple has learned to lean on each other throughout Brittany’s journey.
 

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) Month, we are highlighting breast cancer survivors & thrivers. SXF will donate up to $546,000 from the sale of the 2021 BCA Collection to the Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF) - from 18/10/2021 until the products are sold out. Each purchase will support CLF’s initiatives to reach breast cancer communities that are typically overlooked. CLF’s name, marks and logos are used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement of our products or our company. For more information about CLF, please visit www.claralionelfoundation.org.