Westrow Wetherby recently collaborated with British womenswear brand, Tulchan, for a catwalk extravaganza in aid of UK children’s charity, The Children’s Society.
More than 70 guests gathered at the Village Hall in Linton, a quiet Leeds suburb, for the first event hosted by the Wetherby committee of the national charity.
The charity works with vulnerable children and young people, including young refugees, children at risk on the streets, children in trouble with the law, and disabled children and young people, with the premise that all children deserve a good childhood.
Organised to help raise funds for projects within the Yorkshire region, the charitable fashion show saw Tulchan present key seasonal trends for women, including holiday and city break looks. Backstage, Westrow Wetherby created bouncy blow-dries with loose curls for the six models.
Regional fundraising manager, Helen Whitely, gave a presentation about The Children’s Society before experts from Forever Living mineral make-up joined Westrow stylists to discuss model’s looks from the show.
Prizes from Tulchan, Westrow and Forever Living were also up for grabs in the event’s raffle, with the evening raising more than £700 in total for The Children’s Society.
Westrow Wetherby’s Sally Plain says: “We always look forward to styling fashion shows for charity events, having collaborated with local businesses on their seasonal catwalk shows for many years. The Children’s Society is a fantastic charity and we are proud to have been involved with such a rewarding evening.”