Aussie pop star Dannii Minogue has boosted donations to an ovarian cancer charity by designing a limited edition blouse.
The singer and her design partner Tabitha Somerset Webb created the $145 (£90) sequinned top for their Project D label and released it Down Under for clothing chain Witchery's annual White Shirt Day on Saturday (26May12).
The fundraiser has pulled in $809,829 (£506,140), which will be donated to Australia's Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation, and Minogue was thrilled to have taken part in the drive.
In a post on her blog, she writes, "A big thank you to everyone who has supported the Witchery White Shirt campaign this year, by buying a white shirt from the Witchery collection, donating to the campaign, or wearing your white shirts on White Shirt Day last Saturday to help raise awareness.
"It's so good to see my friends out and about, dressed up and loving the Project D for Witchery shirt. I was at (a) small movie screening this week and there were two lovely ladies sporting our pussycat bow (blouse). Wow!!! Tabs and I are grateful for your support."