W celebrated its Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign on its 15th time with a special ontact edition entitled LOVE YOUR W, revealed by WKorea.

Celebrities modishly join W Korea for its timely campaign

According to Allkpop, LOVE YOUR W, celebrating its breast cancer awareness campaign, finds 25 artists to partake in the relevant topic. Despite each artist's hectic schedules, all of them were able to grace the magazine to support a significant message.

As they pose for the camera, each artist showcased their extreme and sophisticated looks. All suit and dressed up, the message of awareness to women of the agitating illness was significantly delivered.

As per Hellokpop, the December issue of the fashion outlet with a cause hails actresses Han Hyo Joo, Im Soo Jung, and Han Ji Min as the senior artists to grace the photoshoot. Their younger yet talented juniors also made their way to the shoot, namely Park Min Young, Park Shin Hye, Kim Da Mi, and Ahn So Hee.

Aside from actresses, prominent actors joined the W's campaign: Kim Young Kwang, Lee Je Hoon, Jung Hae in, Ahn Bo Hyun, and Cha Eun Woo.

Also advocating W's LOVE YOUR W campaign are K-pop idols, representing the industry's muses and gents that support a massive cause. Dashing and talented K-pop idols that mesmerized fans are Taemin, Kang Daniel, Grey, Seulgi, Henry, Jeon Somi, and Sandara Park.

IZ*ONE members also appeared on the campaign, namely Kim Min Jun and Jang Won Young. The Jung sisters, Krystal and Jessica, also topped the magazine's special issue.

On the other hand, models Jang Yoon Ju and Irene represented their industry as the campaign's muses.

The celebration of LOVE YOUR W

LOVE YOUR W is a campaign that has been running for 15 years now. It started in 2006 to spread awareness of the fatal effects of breast cancer on women.

On October 26, W Korea facilitated a charity event titled Breast Cancer Charity Intact Event. Various celebrities attended the event with proceeds for the foundation. It helps breast cancer patients that struggle to pay for medication.