A showcase of fashion and fun

It is on again – the Coast’s best dose of retail therapy for style-conscious women, fashionistas and yummy mummies.

The third annual Nothing to Wear fashion show, to be held on Friday, June 20, is the brainchild of some switched-on mums at the Mudjimba Community Kindergarten and Preschool.

The event is not only a glamorous fashion parade – featuring the Coast’s leading design labels with an eclectic mix of bohemian, upbeat styles, soft feminine lines and lingerie – it is also a very successful fundraiser for the kindy.

But wait there’s more.

Nothing to Wear is a market as well. All clothes are available for purchase on the night, with 10% of all sales donated by the designers to Mudjimba Community Kindergarten and Preschool.

So for mums who don’t relish the idea of shopping with cranky anklebiters in tow, Nothing to Wear is really something.

The evening kicks off with champagne and canapés before Hot FM’s Sami and Todd present an evening of fun, fashion, fantastic prizes and live music by Key Elements.

Designers include Laoise, Eumundi Markets; Kitty, Maroochydore; Gladragz, Eumundi Markets; Hives Swimwear, Peregian; Sassi, Maroochydore; Styleworkroom, Peregian; Momoko, Mt Coolum; White Lotus, Cotton Tree; Boomshankar, Noosaville and Eumundi Markets; Red Zoo, Coolum; and Shopping by Appointment, Bli Bli. This year Faye Rolph Models will professionally showcase the designers’ creations.

Tickets are available at Mudjimba Beach News; Styleworkroom at Peregian; the White Lotus boutique at Cotton Tree; Faye Rolph Models in Sixth Avenue, Cotton Tree and Sassi on Duporth Avenue, Maroochydore.

Tickets cost $25 each and include a welcoming drink, warm canapés, fashion show and entry into three major prize draws.

Doors open at 6.30pm. The bar will be open until late.

For more information contact Angela Oliver on 5412 2604 or 0411 813790.

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