Support a cause, support Project Runway

2017-05-24 06:00
Miss Pre-teen SA Yolanda Mthiyane.

Miss Pre-teen SA Yolanda Mthiyane.

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EXPERIENCE a plethora of talent from KwaDukuza and surrounds at the Project Runway Fashion Extravaganza on Saturday, May 20 from 5pm. Every guest will walk the red carpet and have a chance to be photographed with Miss India SA Kimara Juman, Miss India KZN Suvina Mahadew and Stanger's very own Miss Pre-teen SA Yolanda Mthiyane.

Supper will be served before the show so make sure you are on time and dressed to the nines.

Prizes will be given to the best dressed guests.

Then prepare to be tantalised, uplifted, dazzled and completely blown away by the sounds and sights of the Project Runway Fashion Extravaganza show.

Guests will be treated to a showcase of Eastern wear, Islamic wear, African designs, ready-to-wear and evening couture. Guests will also be privy to the amazing transformations of our makeover models.
Entertainment includes MJZ Kwaito group, singing sensations Ignite, Trisha's Dance Academy, rappers Unique Dc and Miss India KZN Suvina Mahadew who is a professional dancer.

Several philanthropists in the community have come together to put this show together donating their time, money and talents to help the most vulnerable in the community.

Join them and make your contribution at a night you will never forget.

Tickets can be purchased at Dr J.A.Vythelingam’s rooms, Mane Attraction and Stanger Pharmacy all based in WhiteHouse Centre. 

Call Fameeda Hoosen on 079 885 0880 or Ismail Gori on 072 443 5910 for more information or to purchase tickets.

 

 

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