Brighton & Hove Soiree Rotary stage fashion show in aid of the Martlets Hospice
Brighton & Hove Soiree Rotary put on a colourful fashion show at The Dyke Golf Club in aid of The Martlets Hospice in Hove
Brighton & Hove Soiree Rotary put on a colourful fashion show at The Dyke Golf Club in aid of The Martlets Hospice in Hove.Show organiser Terrina Steel displayed clothes from Walk In Wardrobe, Box 2 and Tramp Vintage, as well as some of the latest trends to be worn on the golf course, provided by Cuckfield Golf Club. The clothes were an eclectic mix of evening gowns, day wear and vintage wear for all ages and sizes.Approximately 100 people attended the event with professional and non-professional ladies modelling on the catwalk, as well as one lucky man accompanying them, Peter Jarrette.Hair was coiffed by Electric Hair Salon in Brighton and make-up applied by Zena Mccarthy and Clair Pimblebury.The event was organised by Terrina Steel and the fundraising team at the Brighton & Hove Soiree Rotary Club, and commentary was provided by Nicky Alan, founder of Box 2, and past Rotarian President Peter Mantle.The monies raised on the night came to �1,350. All of the money raised will go to The Martlets Hospice and other Rotary-supported local charities.