This September, David Barton Gym and Sir Alistair Rai have collaborated on a special collection of scarves for David Barton Gym’s third annual “Diane’s Day,” dedicated to raise funds for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, in memory of David Barton’s sister, Diane Barton.
Sir Alistair Rai, founded by Kiran Rai (above), known for its Indian-inspired vibrant hues and exotic patters, has created two scarf styles—the Peacock Handkerchief ($50) and the Destination Maldives Mantra Wrap ($110)—for the exclusive collaboration. The rich teal shades of both scarf designs symbolize strength and hope, the signature Ovarian Cancer Awareness color.
The Diane’s Day scarves will be sold at David Barton Gym locations nationwide starting now and all sales will be donated to The Clearity Foundation and Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation to help raise awareness and funds for ovarian cancer research.
David Barton will also host his annual Diane’s Day Benefit in New York City on September 20, 2012.