Fashion Gala Provides Pot of Gold For Rainbow Trust
This Thursday Café de Paris will play host to an exclusive list of guests all in the name of the Rainbow Trust; a non-profit organisation dedicated to comforting and supporting families of kids with life-threating or terminal illnesses. Their mantra is that although they cannot change diagnoses or find the cure for a disease, they can do their utmost to be there at a time when families really need all the support they can get. The Rainbow Trust children’s charity will be welcoming a large, much needed injection from the money raised at the event.
On Thursday the 24th of May Café de Paris in London will be crammed full of celebrity models, celebrity guests and celebrity fashion designers and their garments all in honour of the Rainbow Trust children’s charity. As Clapham estate agents might auction stunning houses, the ‘Trust in Fashion’ event will host an auction of some rare and extravagant items during the show. Models will be showcasing the finest fashion pieces at this classy affair and will strut their stuff on a continuous catwalk around the room, while the audience admires the display.
Guests will get a taste of various shows on the night, created by John Watford. Watford worked with Vivienne Westwood for a while and has produced shows for Donna Karran, Diane Von Furstenberg and Hussein Chalayan to name but a few and the Rainbow Trust has expressed their extreme gratitude to the man who is such a force in the industry.
Tickets cost 100 pounds and this includes the event as well as entrance to China White for the official after party. They could be mistaken for London letting agents as they generously open their doors to ticket holders and as one of London’s most notable clubs it should be a great end to a charitable evening and welcomed support for the Rainbow Trust.