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St Albans boutique Chloe James Lifestyle's fashion show raises more than £1,000 for The Hospice of St Francis and ActOneDanceBase
Women took to the catwalk during a charity fashion show organised by a St Albans boutique to raise more than £1,200.
Models aged 18 to 50 walked in front of a 70-strong audience at Cote Brasserie in St Albans High Street, as organised by Chloe James Lifestyle.
Funds raised were split between two charities - The Hospice of St Francis in Berkhamsted, which provides care and support for people living with life-limiting illness in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire and ActOneDanceBase, which makes performing arts accessible to all, regardless of disability or circumstance.
Organiser and Chloe James Lifestyle owner Donna Nichol said: "It was lovely to see our clothes looking great on ladies of all different ages and sizes and to get so much positive feedback from the audience.
"I’d like to thank everyone who helped - Cote Brasserie for the venue and Kir Royale, Eve & Adam Day Spa for spray tanning the models, Ben Askem for the photography and all the models, who were our customers and friends.
"Together, we had a great night for two fantastic causes."
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