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Fashion Action Spring Sale & Show

Fashion Action Spring Sale and Show

Spring has sprung and it’s time to clear out your wardrobes and raise money for charity with some fashion action!

The Fashion Action Spring Sale & Show will be on October 28th in the Lake Wanaka Centre and will combine clothes and sports goods sales with catwalk shows showcasing donated goods. Organisers are Year 13 students Mackenzie Ayres, Ashleigh Cram, Ella Moore and Sophia Trussell-Cullen, as their final fling for this year’s Students in the Community programme. Ella says, “I really hope the community gets behind this. It’s an awesome opportunity to clean out your wardrobes and your winter gear and do some good all at the same time.”

Catwalk Show organiser Ashleigh Cram says “ The show will be done in different sections, showcasing formal wear, streetwear, sportswear. But it could go as big as what people donate. And once the clothing has been displayed, it will also be available for sale.” Ashleigh is also looking for models of all ages to come and have some fun on the catwalk.

The money will be raised for charity in two ways. People can pay a suggested $20 donation for their own sales table and keep all the money they make from their sales. Or they can donate goods to be sold by the student organisers, and the money from selling the goods will be donated to the charity.

The charity of choice is the Himalayan Trust, who “work to empower communities and reduce poverty in the Everest region of Nepal.” The choice of charity and the idea for the sale came from MAC teacher Rachel O’Connell. “This all arose from a lunchtime chat about the unnecessary amount of clothes in my wardrobe and we decided it would be a great idea to have a clear out to help those in need. We’re really hoping everyone gets in behind this to help out the people in the villages of the Everest region as they could really do with our support.”

People who are interested in donating goods or booking sales tables can contact


breslinl@mtaspiring.school.nz .

Entry for shoppers and show watchers will be free, with catwalk show times posted on the Facebook event page closer to the time (search for Fashion Action: Spring Show and Sale).


More information about the Himalayan Trust can be found at himalayantrust.org


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