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BLOSSOMS TO BEAT BREAST CANCER Mikimoto's new limited-edition Cherry Blossom Collection of pearl jewelry commemorates the friendship between Japan and the United States. It debuted March 25 at Mikimoto's Fifth Ave. store in New York. The evening was a benefit for breast cancer research, a cause to which Mikimoto is committed. The firm donated one $10,000 check to the Nina Hyde Center for Breast Cancer Research at Georgetown University Medical Center and another to the Evelyn Lauder Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The benefit was cosponsored by Vogue magazine (an advertorial featuring the collection ran in the magazine's April issue). Estee Lauder also donated samples of its "Pink Ribbon" blush and lipsticks, named for the pink ribbon symbol of the fight against breast cancer. The collection was on exhibit at the store for two weeks. A portion of all sales during that period and
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