Stu­dents turn on style for char­ity

Macclesfield Express - - BUSINESS -

STU­DENTS turned on the style with an an­nual fash­ion show in aid of The Christie Hos­pi­tal.

The King’s School Sixth Form stu­dents donned both the lat­est threads and some ath­letic cos­tumes to wow a packed au­di­ence at the school, on Cum­ber­land Street in Mac­cles­field.

Al­ways a red let­ter day in the Sixth Form’s an­nual cal­en­dar, the fash­ion show at­tracted a sell-out au­di­ence and raised £3,535 for The Christie Hos­pi­tal with the mod­els parad­ing down the cat­walk.

Or­gan­iser Sacha Allen said: “We have been work­ing on the show for three months and that hard work cer­tainly paid div­i­dends with the kind of night that I think the mod­els will re­mem­ber for the rest of their lives. Many of us have al­ready been touched by the ef­fects of can­cer and deeply ap­pre­ci­ate hav­ing such a world class cen­tre of ex­cel­lence in the re­gion.”

King’s were sup­ported by lo­cal re­tail­ers, with Boo-Chic, Emma Beau­mont, Pure Fab Bou­tique, SOS, Run­way, John Dou­glas, Bur­ton and Dorothy Perkins donat­ing cloth­ing for the event.

To see more photographs of the night go to mac­cles­field ex­press.co.uk

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