Catwalk girls raise 1500€ for cancer charity

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TWELVE GLAMOUROUS volunteers modelled a total of 48 different outfits at the MABS Mar Menor Spring Fashion Show at Las Claras in Los Alcazares last week, raising a total of 1500€ for the charity in the process.

On a beautiful, sunny afternoon, the very popular event attracted an audience of 114 women and one lucky man, to watch the dozen models strut their stuff on the catwalk.

The ladies showcased some wonderful outfits which were all donations to the MABS charity shop. Many of the clothes were new or nearly new, with some fabulous designer labels amongst them. Better still, they were all available for purchase at the end of the show.

However the bargain hunters in the audience didn’t have to wait until the end of the afternoon to spend on a summer wardrobe as there were racks full of lovely fashionable items available to purchase when the doors opened.

The MABS volunteers were only too happy to assist their customers and were always on hand to point out accessories, shoes, bags and jewellery, to compliment their outfits.
By the time the fashion show started, there was hardly a table in the room without carrier bags full of purchases on top of it.

Looking fabulous herself, presenter and ex-Tiller Girl, Ziggi opened the show to rapturous applause, as the wonderful models took to the stage to show off the variety of clothing.

Each of the volunteer ladies, modelled four outfits, having to run upstairs to the end of a long corridor at every changeover. This great emphasis and pressure on the volunteer dressers, who worked hard backstage to keep the changes running smoothly, ensuring there were no long gaps between outfits on the catwalk.

As if to prove that practice makes perfect, the well-rehearsed fashion show ran slick and smoothly to its finale, without a hitch or glitch all afternoon.

The hard working team at MABS Mar Menor would like to extend their gratitude to the supporters who attended the event and helped to raise the much needed funds for the charity.

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