With the weather heating up and Aussies flocking to beaches and parks to enjoy the outdoors, all eyes will be on what we’ll be wearing once summer arrives.

Cancer Council’s first Indigenous sun protection collection, the ‘Journey of Hope’ in collaboration with Indigenous artist, Riki Salam aims to spark important conversations around cancer and how this serious disease impacts Indigenous communities.

The exclusive designs are inspired by the ‘Journey of Hope’ artwork, created by Indigenous artist Riki Salam, using as dots and symbols to convey a meaningful message about Indigenous communities on their ‘Journey of Hope’ and cancer journey.

The ‘Journey of Hope’ collection features 15 beautifully designed swimwear pieces, including a range of rashies and paddle suits for Aussies of all ages, with a UPF50+ rating to protect skin from the harmful effects of sun exposure.

As well as raising awareness, sales will help fund Cancer Council’s prevention and support programs for Indigenous Australians.

For more information or to explore the whole exclusive Journey of Hope collection, please visit: https://www.cancercouncilshop.org.au/collections/journey-of-hope-swimwear

About The Author

Katherine Ng

Katherine is not your typical Beauty Editor. Finance consultant by day and beauty and fashion addict at all other times, Katherine spends her hard-earned money helping the Australian and international economy with her never ending pursuit of everything pretty. A keen traveller, Katherine still holds dear her Melbourne roots with an overflowing wardrobe filled with black clothes, shoes and handbags. Katherine also has a deep love of food and wine, and you can find those adventures on instagram at @thegreedykat Email: [email protected] Twitter: @kath_couturing Instagram: @kath_ng

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