Check out our cotton and bamboo Hochelaga Collection below!
“Our bras mean nothing if   Black women aren’t alive   to wear them.”

- Chantal / Founder of Love & Nudes

Black women face a 40% higher death rate of breast cancer than non-racialized women. But nothing exists to help Black women identify the symptoms on darker skin tones.

Expresso

The Stage Zero Collection

Introducing, the world’s first breast cancer screening bras for Black women. We’ve worked with medical professionals to seamlessly replicate breast cancer’s symptoms on our bras. With The Stage Zero Collection, you can now recognize breast cancer before it’s too late.

ESPRESSO EMPRESS
butterscotch

The Stage Zero Collection

Introducing, the world’s first breast cancer screening bras for Black women. We’ve worked with medical professionals to seamlessly replicate breast cancer’s symptoms on our bras. With The Stage Zero Collection, you can now recognize breast cancer before it’s too late.

BUTTERSCOTCH BEAUTY
nutmeg

The Stage Zero Collection

Introducing, the world’s first breast cancer screening bras for Black women. We’ve worked with medical professionals to seamlessly replicate breast cancer’s symptoms on our bras. With The Stage Zero Collection, you can now recognize breast cancer before it’s too late.

KNOCKOUT NUTMEG
honey

The Stage Zero Collection

Introducing, the world’s first breast cancer screening bras for Black women. We’ve worked with medical professionals to seamlessly replicate breast cancer’s symptoms on our bras. With The Stage Zero Collection, you can now recognize breast cancer before it’s too late.

HONEY LOVE

The three main symptoms

PEAU D’ORANGE
PEAU D’ORANGE
Meaning “orange peel” in French, we’ve re-created the symptomatic skin texture by casting a silicone mould so you can feel inflammatory breast cancer’s dimpling.
LUMPS
LUMPS
These 3D-printed lumps are situated exactly where you’d find them on your own breast. As hard as a pea and bumpy like a kaffir lime, both lumps are true to life in size and shape.
DISCOLOURATION
DISCOLOURATION
Guided by a leading breast surgical oncologist and a world renown makeup artist, the collection finally illustrates what breast cancer discolouration looks like on a range of racialized skin tones.

Lower the screening age

In most Canadian provinces, the screening age is 50. But most Black women present with cancer at age 40. Help us save lives by signing this petition to lower the screening age.

Seminar

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