Witchery has revealed that its 2021 White Shirt Campaign shirt has sold out.
The shirt, which was for the first time co-designed by Toni Maticevski, is now available for pre-order for delivery in June/July with 100% of all gross proceeds donated to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF).
Meanwhile, the retailer's annual White Shirt Campaign will come to a close on World Ovarian Cancer Day and Witchery White Shirt Day, tomorrow May 08.
2021 White Shirt ambassador, comedian Celeste Barber, will share her own White Shirt Day message with her 7.9 million followers on social media tomorrow, helping to close out the campaign.
The 13-year fundraising effort has seen Witchery donate $13.8 million to vital ovarian cancer research through the OCRF, which aims to find an early detection test for the most lethal of all gynaecological cancers.
One Australian woman dies every eight hours from ovarian cancer and over 1600 Australian women are diagnosed every year.
Australians are encouraged to wear a white shirt tomorrow and tag #whiteshirtcampaign across social media to draw awareness to the cause and assist Witchery and the OCRF in their commitment to fighting ovarian cancer.
The Witchery White Shirt is available to pre-order now for $129.95.