Last Friday, there was an entertaining and meaningful Fashion Show in Hiltingbury.
It was no casual fashion show featuring high street brands. The Fashion Show promoted Fairtrade, and encouraged the community to buy Fairtrade products.
Have a look – you might even recognise some of these models from around Chandler’s Ford.
We wrote about the Fashion Show last year in this post: Who Made Your Clothes?
This was an inclusive fashion show, of models of all sizes and a wide age group. The Fairtrade clothing is suitable for everyone, of all skin tones.
12 ladies and one gentleman (Chandler’s Ford Councillor James Foulds) braved the catwalk for Fairtrade.
You’ll find out more about Asvanna Fairtrade on Asvanna Fairtrade Facebook page.
Paul Smith was a competent compere for the lively evening. It’s rather interesting to hear a man enthusiastically sharing fine details of ladies’ clothing and accessories.
Apart from Asvanna Fairtrade, other Fairtrade stalls included:
- The Leprosy Mission by Heather Dibb from Velmore Church.
- Shop Equality by Sue Hunt at Wells Place in Eastleigh.
- Traidcraft by Tricia Urquhart from Hiltingbury.
- Fairtrade in Eastleigh Borough Committee, with Daphne Bright
Credit to Tricia Urquhart for organising such a wonderful and thought-provoking event for the community. We all appreciate the hard work that Tricia and all the volunteers put in for such an enjoyable evening.
- Successful Fairtrade Fashion Show
- Eastleigh Borough Achieves Fairtrade Status
- Building Strong Fairtrade Community In Chandler’s Ford
- A Fruitful Fairtrade Evening With Community Spirit
- Going Bananas Fairtrade Fashion Show: March 8
- Fairtrade In Eastleigh – Swap Your Cuppa Today!
- How Hiltingbury St. Martins Craft & Cakes Connects Community
- Welcome With A Fairtrade Message – Chandler’s Ford Today
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