Students turn on style for charity
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