Ayten Gasson gets creative for ovarian cancer charity

British lingerie brand Ayten Gasson has created a handmade silk lingerie set in aid of ovarian cancer research.

The made-in-Britain label has teamed up with Ovarian Cancer Action to help fight against the disease.

Crafted from 100% silk and trimmed with hand dyed vintage Nottingham lace to match the Ovarian Cancer Action colours, each piece has been handmade in Ayten Gasson’s Brighton boutique.

Twenty percent of all sales of the Alice bra and knicker, which is now available on the brand’s website, will go directly to the charity.

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Ayten Gasson was founded by Ayten Roberts in 2005 to support the UK fashion industry.

It initially launched as a wholesale business before moving into retail and opening a boutique in Seven Dials, Brighton on May 24, 2016.

The store brings together slow fashion and ethical manufacturing, with designer and owner Ayten often seen sewing garments from traditional Nottingham lace and Liberty print silks.



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