Fashion with a purpose:
supporting cancer research
with every purchase.

sustainably made
Stephanie martin

founder of bad genes

why i created bad genes

I have seen the struggles that cancer patients and their families go through and wanted to create a clothing brand that not only raised funds for cancer research, but also provided encouragement and support to those who are fighting cancer.

I didn't want Bad Genes to be just another clothing brand - I wanted it to be a brand with a purpose and a mission. I wanted to create clothing that not only looked good, but also served as a reminder that there is hope and support for those who are fighting cancer.

By donating 50% of our net proceeds to non-profit organizations that are dedicated to finding a cure for cancer, I hope to make a positive difference in the fight against this disease. I am passionate about what I do and am grateful for the opportunity to combine my love for fashion with my desire to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families.

I love my @badgenes_ oversized heavy tee. Bad Genes is founded by an oncology nurse who knew patients (like me!) would want comfortable, cool clothes that are 100 % free of cancer causing dyes. They’re not just for patients though: anyone can wear this cheeky athleisure brand…THE BEST PART: 20% of net proceeds from every single piece sold goes directly to cancer non-profits who assist patients…including the @llsusa !!! Since it’s Blood Cancer Awareness month I had to share an easy way to give back, while supporting a small #womanownedsmallbusiness 🔥🧡
— Jared Lipscomb