Stage set for fantastic Wexford fashion show
Published 17/09/2013 | 16:17
IRELAND'S top models are catwalk-ready, the goodie bags are packed and the tickets are almost all sold for the county's fashion event of the year, Love Fashion Love Wexford at Johnstown Castle on Saturday.
Organised by the Chamber of Commerce, and sponsored by the Wexford People, there are two top-notch Love Fashion Love Wexford shows at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. and will give guests the chance to see the hottest new looks from the county's top boutiques while enjoying a glass of bubbly in the beautiful surrounds of Johnstown Castle – and it's all for charity.
Tickets are €25 and profits go to the Wexford Lions Club to be fed back into a number of deserving local causes. And it could be well worth throwing on the glad rags as the best-dressed person at each show will walk away with a €150 cash prize while photographers will be on hand to take snaps for the Wexford People and Image magazine.
Broadcasting legend Anne Doyle will MC while four of the county's top GAA stars – Lee Chin, Brian Malone and Garrett Sinnott – will take to the catwalk with the beautiful girls from Assets and Andrea Roche's agency as well as Edel Fleming, who won the Wexford People's modelling contest.
Annavelle, Charles Pierce, Eden Manor Bridal, La Crème, Louaine, Noreen O'Donnell, Ottiva, Panache, Pamela Scott, Ruby Rouge and Westgate Design will all showcase their wares while there will be spectacular looks from designer Bonzie Crotty and milliner Patsy Flood O'Connor.
'Our boutiques are so important to the community,' said the show's public relations officer Niamh Santry.
Love Fashion Love Wexford is the perfect opportunity for everyone from style-conscious young women to brides to mothers-of-the-bride and grooms to see a range of the latest looks under one roof while having a fantastic day out.
Tickets are limited and selling out fast so don't be disappointed and get yours now by contacting the Wexford Chamber on 053 9122226 or calling in to Westgate Design.
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