King's School sixth form annual fashion show in aid of Christie's Cancer Appeal
PUBLISHED: 00:16 22 January 2012 | UPDATED: 20:56 20 February 2013
King's School sixth form students took to the catwalk for the Christie's Cancer Appeal in their annual fashion show. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MIKE CARTER
The print version of this article appeared in the February 2012 issue of Cheshire Life
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Kings School sixth form students took to the catwalk for the Christies Cancer Appeal in their annual fashion show.
The event pulled in a capacity house of 300, raising over 3,000 for the Manchester centre of excellence.
Organisers Will Connor, Oliver Stockwin, Danielle Allwright and Annie Edgerton spent months planning the event and persuading Macclesfield retailers to lend their latest ranges.
Annie said: It would not have been possible without the generosity of the towns shop owners. We would all very much like to thank New Look, John Douglas, Best Man, Amie Lous, S.O.S Bramhall and Spiveys Web. She added: Christies is a world class facility on our doorstep and everyone at Kings feels deeply about the cause.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY MIKE CARTER