Guess Watches has renewed its partnership for the seventh year with The Get In Touch Foundation, a non-profit specifically focused on providing free and accessible information about breast health, through its Daisy Wheel tool.
Benefiting Breast Health Awareness with 10 per cent of each sale going to the foundation, this year’s timepiece, co-designed with GIT president Betsy Nilan, features a stainless steel case with pink crystals on a smooth white silicone strap. The daisy logo is featured in a tone on tone pattern on the dial and is highlighted with corresponding pink accents.
This year’s timepiece features a stainless steel case with pink crystals on a smooth white silicone strap…
The Get In Touch Foundation says it recognises the importance of making breast health tools digitally accessible to all. The Daisy Wheel mobile app explains how to properly perform breast self-exams in eight simple steps, and has a calendar sync for regular breast self-exam reminders.
The hope is that users will incorporate breast self-exams into their everyday health routine. The app is available in nine different languages for both iOS and Android devices.