11:48AM, Wednesday 15 June 2016
Iconic looks from the 40s to present day were shown off at Thames Hospice’s first fashion show at the Windsor Guildhall on Thursday, June 9.
The sell-out celebration, attended by TV star Anita Dobson, saw Thames Hospice staff and volunteers don stylish shop donations to raise funds for the charity.
The Thames Hospice retail team’s choreographed moves, accompanied by a soundtrack of Abba, Adam Ant and the Pussycat Dolls, had the audience out of their seats.
Guests had the opportunity to buy the decade spanning outfits after the show in a pop-up shop on site.
More than £2,000 was raised at the fashion extravaganza, which will go towards the Windsor based charity’s 24 hour end-of-life care.
Thames Hospice’s chief executive, Debbie Raven, said: “Our first fashion show was a huge success and everyone had a really great time.
“As well as being a tremendous event, raising awareness of our shops across Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, people shopped and donated on the night which was fantastic."
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