Andrea Claire Fashion Show in aid of CAFT, Gusto, Cheadle Hulme
PUBLISHED: 19:43 24 October 2012 | UPDATED: 22:13 20 February 2013
Friends and customers of Andrea Claire boutique in Cheadle Hulme enjoyed a funpacked day of fashion and indulgence at Gusto restaurant in aid of a children's charity.
Friends and customers of Andrea Claire boutique in Cheadle Hulme enjoyed a funpacked day of fashion and indulgence at Gusto restaurant in aid of a childrens charity.
The ladies enjoyed a delicious lunch, beauty demonstrations and music from swing singer Alan Burton.
The fashion show was opened by young classical singer Scarlett Quigley who has recently qualified for the Open Mic UK regional finals.
Volunteers striding the catwalk included Paralympic medallists Helen Scott and Sarah Storey, who is also a patron of the Childrens Adventure Farm Trust, (CAFT) the charity which benefitted from the event. Over 2,500 was raised.
Julie Gray, community fundraiser for CAFT, said: This was such a wonderful event, we really cant thank everyone enough. Andrea Claire worked so hard to put on a breathtaking fashion show which had the guests captivated from beginning to end.
Scarlett Quigley (@SopranoScarlett) October 3, 2012
Helen Scott (@Scottie2507) October 3, 2012
Andrea Claire(@ACboutique) October 3, 2012
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