Lindex thanks customers for million donation to breast cancer research

Together with their customers in all operating countries, Lindex has gathered 1,4 MEUR this year.

“I am proud and grateful that we together with our customers can contribute to the important fight against breast cancer. This is our 12th year as proud sponsors and this year we have had more activities than ever. The commitment among employees and customers is heart-warming”, says Ingvar Larsson, CEO at Lindex.

Lindex has through several different activities raised awareness about the fight against breast cancer, mostly through the popular collaboration with fashion icon Jean Paul Gaultier where 10 % of sales price where donated to the cause. A specially made bracelet as well as sales of the annual Pink Ribbon has also contributed to making this gathering higher than last years.

Lindex has been a main partner in the Pink Ribbon-campaign since 2003, a commitment that through the years has contributed to financing breast cancer research and raised awareness about the disease. Together with their customers, Lindex has now contributed with over 9,5 MEUR to the fight against breast cancer. In October every year, awareness about the cause is being raised by organizations, companies and individuals.

For more information, please contact:

Kaisa Lyckdal
Press Relations Manager, Lindex
Tel: 46 31 739 50 60

Lindex is one of Europe's leading fashion chains, with more than 480 stores in 16 markets. Our business concept is to offer inspiring and affordable fashion. The Lindex selection encompasses a variety of fashion concepts within women's wear, men's wear, kids' wear and lingerie for women who are interested in fashion. Lindex is part of the Finnish-listed Stockmann group. More information is available at


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Lindex is one of Europe's leading fashion brands, with approximately 480 stores in 18 markets. Lindex offers inspiring and affordable fashion for the fashion interested and conscious woman. The assortment includes several fashion concepts within women's wear, kids’ wear, lingerie and cosmetics. Today more than 50% of Lindex garments are made from more sustainable materials and the goal is to reach 80 % by year 2020. Lindex is part of the Finnish-listed Stockmann group. More information is available at