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Preview Show Raises $30,000 for Breast Cancer

Sold Out in Four Days... Trelise Cooper's Summer Preview Show, a Taste of the New Collection Raises $30,000 for Breast Cancer Research Trust

Ticket sell outs are the domain of rock concerts and blockbuster movie releases and also a one night show at Auckland's Coutts Cars featuring Trelise Cooper's Summer 2007 collections.

The preview show has been a "must see" for key customers and fans of the Auckland designer since she created the first charity show four years ago.

While the overwhelming demand for the 500 tickets this year surprised the designer, it's also delighted her.

"The Breast Cancer Research Trust is a truly compelling cause that touches so many women and the support for this show is simply brilliant."

For $60 a head, those very happy ticket holders will see the Trelise Cooper, Cooper and Trelise Cooper Lingerie collections for summer with hair by Bettjemans and make up by MAC.

Guests will sip Moet et Chandon or a glass of wine from Wither Hills, unless they would prefer a Stella Artois on arrival. They will also take home goodie bags with gifts from Trelise Cooper's other long term sponsors La Mer, Whittakers, Michael Kors, Bettjemans and L'Oréal Professionnel.

The Breast Cancer Research Trust is an organisation devoted to providing invaluable research to help secure a future free from Breast Cancer.


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