Community Project DIY Design Submission Details

04 September 2022 

Join us for our BrArt Community Project!
We believe there is an artist in everyone and anyone can be an advocate for the Pink Ribbon movement.

How To Take Part
1) Order a BrArt DIY kit* and design a bralette.
Share the fun with your friends family and children. Show us what the Pink Story means to you!

2) Submit your designs via
a ) ONLINE or
b) MAIL the actual bralette to 11 Changi South Lane, #03-04, Singapore 486154

You could stand a to have your work displayed at the October 2022 public exhibition.

*Each kit will include a plain bralette and some accessories (e.g lace, sequins, pink ribbons, etc) Additional accessories/embellishments added are welcomed. All profits from the sale of the BrArt DIY Kit will be donated to BCF.

What does the ‘pink ribbon’ represent?
The pink ribbon is an internationally-recognised symbol for breast cancer awareness and identifies with the breast cancer community. It also represents our solidarity for those diagnosed with breast cancer and serves as a reminder for women to do their monthly breast self-examination and regular mammogram screening for early detection.


• Design the bralette included in the DIY kit*
• Inspiration/Story behind the design
• Submission can be in the following forms:
○ Time-lapse video of participant working on the bralette
○ Photo of final product and/ or
○ Bralette itself^

^ Note: Actual bralette submitted may be displayed at the exhibition.


• Submissions may be on display for the Exhibition
• Actual bralette submission may be used to redeem a gift voucher of $5 from OBC

What is BrArt?
BrArt is an advocacy campaign by Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) and Our Bralette Club (OBC), aimed at raising awareness about breast cancer through fashion, art & design. It is a fashion/art design competition where, we hope that participants will be inspired by the colour pink which is associated with breast cancer awareness. The final outcome of this competition will be to showcase the winning pieces in a public exhibition during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, to draw nationwide attention to this disease and how early detection can save lives.

Through the project, we hope that the conversations sparked through the process, would encourage women to take charge of their breast health and to do their breast self-examination (BSE) as well as go for their routine mammograms. No one should walk this journey alone. Whether you have doubts or have been diagnosed , BCF is the first port of call for those affected about breast cancer (including caregivers). BCF is set up to support the breast cancer community through the services and facilities provided at our newly opened Breast Cancer Centre.