Models show off clothes from trendy shops to raise cash for two good causes

The Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsteds Centenary Hall

The Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsteds Centenary Hall

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A charity fashion show has helped to raise nearly £5,000 for London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital and Gaddesden Place Riding for the Disabled Centre.

The event included a ‘10 years younger’ makeover and a ‘selfie’ section - named after the new photo craze taking the world by storm.

The Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsteds Centenary Hall PNL-140529-153823001
The Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsteds Centenary Hall PNL-140529-153823001

There was also an Avant Garde stunner with incredible wedding couture and really mad hair at the Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsted’s Centenary Hall on Sunday.

Clothes and accessories came from nearby fashion suppliers Mint Velvet, Lace Collection, Muse, M&Co, Seraphina, Miss C Boutique, Angels, William Young, Amulet, Chantal Mallet, Jackie Wearem and Harmers.

The models also came from the Dacorum area, and represented all age groups from kids to seniors.

The show was organised by visionaries Rebecca Wilcox and Charlotte Johnson and the talented team at the Annexx hair salon in Berkhamsted.

The Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsteds Centenary Hall PNL-140529-153813001
The Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsteds Centenary Hall PNL-140529-153813001

Linda Morgan, who was there, said: “Music made the evening swing and the generous raffle prizes all contributed to an incredible ‘feel absolutely good’ evening.”

You can learn more about Gaddesden Place Riding for the Disabled Centre by clicking here

Great Ormond Street Hospital caters exclusively for children and has been going since 1852

The Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsteds Centenary Hall PNL-140529-153802001
The Xxenna charity fashion show at Berkhamsteds Centenary Hall PNL-140529-153802001
 

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