King's School Sixth Form students annual fashion show in aid of The Christie Hospital.
PUBLISHED: 00:00 12 February 2015
King's School Sixth Form students turned on the style for a night of glamour with their annual fashion show in aid of The Christie Hospital.
King’s School Sixth Form students annual fashion show
Jamie Hancock, Tom McCluscky and Jakc Brindle
Front Row Tom McClusky, Alex Barlow, Will Horton, Jonny Hammill, Joe Hale, Alec Mantel, Harry Jackson (second row) Archie Thorneycroft, Matt Peakman, Matt Williams and Harry Blackwell.
Hannah Barker, Olivia Bollington (second row) Jessica Milton-Edwards, Evie Hancox
Millie Heathcote and Jonny Hammill.
Hayley McCullough and Tom McClusky.
Katie Fray and Matt Williams.
Lucy Miller and Harry Blackwell.
The young models donned both the latest threads and some athletic costumes to wow a packed Main Hall at Cumberland Street in Macclesfield.
The King’s fashion show attracted a sell-out audience and raised £3,535 for The Christie in Manchester with the models parading down the cat walk.
Organiser Sacha Allen said: ‘We have been working on the show for three months and that hard work paid dividends with the kind of night that I think we will remember for the rest of our lives. Many of us have been touched by the effects of cancer and deeply appreciate having such a world class centre of excellence in the region.’
King’s would like to thank leading local retailers Boo-Chic, Emma Beaumont, Pure Fab Boutique, SOS, Runway, John Douglas, Burton and Dorothy Perkins for donating clothing for the event.