Ergon Mykonos Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

Among the Greek designers who have adopted the notion that ethical fashion is the future, Ergon Mykonos gives proceeds to charity.


Ahead of breast cancer awareness month, Ergon Mykonos, the Greek brand spearheaded by creative director Marietta Karpathiou, has added a new design to their “Idols” collection – an oversized t-shirt collection with prints depicting contemporary idols in the style of ancient Cycladic busts.

While the other prints feature famous characters such as Madonna, Martin Luther King and Greek Revolution heroine Bouboulina, the latest bust print, titled the “Hope Idol,” is a generic figure with short hair, wearing a pink scarf, and is dedicated to all breast cancer survivors and those battling the disease today.

50% of the proceeds from the shirt will be donated to Alma Zois, a Greek non-profit association which provides free support to women who are sick, and works for breast cancer prevention.

Read more, and purchase your shirt here. Note that the brand’s garments are made-to-order, produced on demand, meaning it can take up to a week for your order to be produced before it can be shipped. 


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