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    The (re)Issue

    Now’s your chance to lounge in luxury. Introducing three more additions to our coziest collection ever! Whether you're recovering from surgery, going through radiation, or thriving your way through life, these super soft styles are just what your pajama drawer needs. 
    2021 is here! At AnaOno, we were fortunate enough to celebrate our 10-year anniversary in 2020 and lucky enough to have the continued support from our community and couldn’t be more thankful. What better way to kick off a new year than with a refresh of our top ten styles over the last ten years?! 
    Meet AnaOno agent, Amber Cloke. Amber is an active mom of two who modeled in our Sport launch in 2019. She works full-time in higher education and has spent the past 7 years helping students work through their struggles, navigate their college experience, and overcome obstacles that push them toward their own success – whatever that may be. She also owns a health and fitness coaching business where she teaches others how to create a healthy lifestyle that works for them.
    Meet AnaOno agent, Mackenzie Alleman. Mackenzie is a previvor, BRCA1 advocate and an ambassador for The Breasties. She lost her mother to triple negative breast cancer in 2014 and has a family history, so she chose genetic testing and had a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy.
    Meet AnaOno agent, Asha Miller aka Dear Cancer It’s Me. Asha is a wife, mother and Breasties ambassador. She fearlessly rocked the runway in our 2020 AnaOno x #Cancerland New York Fashion Week show. 
    Surgery can leave nipples in new spots, pointing in different directions, or overall, just more noticeable than before. After surgery, you may want something to protect and smooth out your nipples. All our bras are pocketed, and most come with removable modesty pads. Modesty pads can be great to achieve symmetry, hide nipples, and provide a little extra padding.
    Meet AnaOno agent, Melissa Berry aka Cancer Fashionista. Melissa has been a #1 fan and supporter of AnaOno since the beginning. When launching her own platform on how to navigate breast cancer like you would the pages of VOGUE magazine, Melissa set out to help just one woman feel beautiful in her journey, something we share and agree with!
    Meet Fabianna aka Fabulously Fighting. Dr. Fabianna Marie is a Naturopathic Doctor specializing in BioPhenotype (The unique Biochemistry of every individual) and Homeopathic Medicine. She is a 15 year Metastatic Breast Cancer thriver, an award winning author and national speaker. 
    Meet Shoni Brown, our favorite bada** breast cancer thriver and advocate. Shoni is a health and physical educator for over 16 yearsHer passions include educating others about health and fitness, lymphedema and being "your own advocate." Shoni's health and fitness background lent perfectly to our Sport launch last year where she modeled our sports bras
    Are you stuck at home recovering from surgery or an illness? Do you need quick, easy workouts you can do without having access to a gym? This guide has you covered with light at-home exercises. For those who are recovering from breast surgeries or cancer treatments, it’s important to prioritize your health without putting extra strain on your body. These low-impact exercises you can do at home offer the perfect balance of fitness and movement for your recovery. Before beginning any exercise regimen, talk to your doctor.
    At AnaOno, we’re always looking for ways to continue to support our community, which is why we’ve partnered with Natrelle Breast Augmentation & Reconstruction for the Natrelle Inspires bra to bring beauty (and comfort) into the lives of those newly diagnosed with breast cancer. 
    What doctor do I talk to about sex stuff? AnaOno and PennMedicine’s Basser Center for BRCA recently held a lively discussion about sex and intimacy at AnaOno's  Philadelphia headquarters. In-person guests plus a Facebook Live audience learned about these hot topics courtesy of a panel of experts, moderated by AnaOno Founder and CEO, Dana Donofree.