Miss Hertfordshire adds glamour to charity fashion show
SPARKLES and designer dresses galore caught the eye of hundreds of fashion hungry women at an event in aid of charity. Acclaimed British fashion designer Amanda Wakeley presented her latest collection at the spectacular fashion show in aid of the Willow
SPARKLES and designer dresses galore caught the eye of hundreds of fashion hungry women at an event in aid of charity.
Acclaimed British fashion designer Amanda Wakeley presented her latest collection at the spectacular fashion show in aid of the Willow Foundation.
Over 300 women turned up to the glitzy event, in their most gorgeous party outfits, to help raise cash for the charity based in Salisbury Square, Old Hatfield.
Newly crowned Miss Hertfordshire Suzi Cumming was also a special guest at the show.
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Held at Sopwell House, in St Albans, the evening event was a massive success.
A total of �6,500 was raised for the charity established in 1999 by Arsenal legend Bob Wilson and wife Megs after the death of their daughter Anna to cancer.
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All the money will go towards providing special days out for seriously ill 16- to 40-year-olds.
At the event Megs said: "We are honoured Amanda Wakeley has chosen to support the Willow Foundation and bring her catwalk show to Hertfordshire.
"The event proceeds will enable the charity to fund and organise many more uplifting and positive experiences for young adults throughout the UK living with the difficult realities and stresses of serious illness."
Alongside the fashion show, which featured a stunning array of outfits, guests enjoyed a fashion marketplace offering a range of jewellery, beauty products and accessories from local boutiques and shops.