Fashion extravaganza, cocktail party

2017-08-24 06:00
Leslie Mather (left), a ‘Emseni mother’ receives some of the funds raised for Emseni Child and Youth Care Centre from Creléisha Moodley at the fashion extravaganza.PHOTOS: supplied

Leslie Mather (left), a ‘Emseni mother’ receives some of the funds raised for Emseni Child and Youth Care Centre from Creléisha Moodley at the fashion extravaganza.PHOTOS: supplied

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THE fashion extravaganza held at the New Covenant Church in Protea Park last Saturday was well organised and provided a perfect opportunity for fashionistas to socialise and browse through different cuts and designs by designers from all over KZN.

Extreme Model Management brought its fashion week to Port Shepstone showcasing fashion from local stores as well as Eastern and Western wear.

More than 150 guests attended the event that started with a cocktail hour before the fashion show.

The fashion visions of Brenda Quinn, Kevin Ellis, Sune B designs, Purple House, Swaggerweare and Sunerhis Boutique were celebrated.

Although the main focus of the event was fashion, there was also emphasis on the importance of giving back to the needy.

Models sold tickets for the event and a portion of the sales went to the charity of their choice, which was Emseni Child and Youth Care Centre. R4 440 was raised and handed over.

Organiers thanked parents, sponsors and models who made the day memorable.

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