After losing her mum to cancer in 2016, jewellery designer to the stars Anouska Georgia London has designed a limited-edition Unity Band to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK.

Following in the footsteps of designer Henry Holland who collaborated with CRUK in 2014 Anouska was honoured to be approached by the charity. 

Anouska’s striking design, based on the original band which is worn to mark World Cancer Day, features a classic reef knot to symbolise strength through working together to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. The beautiful bracelet is in a vermeil finish (sterling silver coated in 18ct gold) and will sit beautifully alongside existing jewellery.

On Feb 4th 2018 - World Cancer Day, stars united by wearing the Unity Bangle to show their support for Cancer Research UK. It was an honour to see actress Sienna Miller show her support, along with singer Beverley Knight, style bloggers, Rosie Fortescue, Roxie Nafousi & Lulu Dumas. TV Personalities Louise Thompson & Laura Whitmore & Food stylist Niki Downes.

Actress Sienna Miller showing her support wearing the Unity Bangle.

On Sunday 25th Feb 2018 we also had the honour of being featured in S Magazine/ Sunday Express.


All funds from sales will help Cancer Research UK fund research into better treatments to bring more good news to more cancer patients.

Talking about her inspiration for the design, Anouska, said: “During the past 10 years both my parents have sadly been affected by cancer. My dad has thankfully been in remission for many years, but in 2016 we lost my beautiful mum. She was diagnosed with uterine cancer, which later spread to her bowel and lymph nodes. 

“As a jewellery designer, I wanted to utilise my skills to create something that would help Cancer Research UK continue their work to fund more research, more treatments and more cures.

“My simple design brings together the original Cancer Research UK Unity Band design and my signature fine jewellery element, with the result being a luxury bangle that people can wear to show they’re uniting on World Cancer Day & throughout the year.”

Today, two in four people survive their cancer for at least 10 years. Cancer Research UK’s ambition is to accelerate progress so that by 2034, three in four people will survive their cancer for at least 10 years.

Anouska Georgia London Unity Bands are now available for £65.00 from Cancer Research UK online shop