My Favourite Dress

My Favourite Dress

Top British Fashion Designers Step Out In Their Favourite Dress

To Help British Youngsters

Date: 23rd June 2005

Venue: Hurlingham Club, SW6

Time: 7.00pm

This midsummer’s eve fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, the Fashion and Textile Museum and Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity will team up with the crème de la crème of British fashion – from Sir Paul Smith to Clements Ribeiro to Lucinda Chambers to Jade Parfitt – to host a glittering charity event, the My Favourite Dress Charity Ball. The event, being hosted at the exclusive Hurlingham Club in Fulham, is being held in association with leading British Fashion Retailer Warehouse, who have stepped on board as principal sponsor.

A theatrical extravaganza of fashion and fundraising, the ball will raise money for Fashion and Textile Museum’s Education Programme, which provides disadvantaged young people with training and opportunities in fashion and Rainbow Trust, who helps children with life threatening or terminal illness and their families

Platinum selling artist Lucie Silvas will be headlining the entertainment, which includes New York dance act Rachel Cohen and Company who are flying in specially for the ball.

“How often do we get to really dress up? I want to give women the chance to feel fabulous for the day by dressing up in their favourite dress – be it their wedding dress, prom dress, favourite sari or just their best summer frock. All the money raised from My Favourite Dress initiatives will help to bring vital support and care to young people throughout Britain. We have found the perfect charity partner in Rainbow Trust – they have really captured our hearts and imaginations and make a true and lasting difference to the families they work with. We can’t thank Warehouse enough for helping us make, what started as an exciting dream, a reality.” Zandra Rhodes CBE

Ticket Information: Tickets are priced at £175.00 each. For more information contact:

Rachael McLennan: 01372 220042 / email: rachael.mclennan@rainbowtrust.org.uk

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