Fashion, canapés and cocktails for a good cause…


Have-a-go models will be slipping into the latest spring wear and strutting their stuff as part of a charity fashion show on Thursday 5th April at The Cornerhouse.

Teaming up with John Lewis, The Cornerhouse event will showcase the latest spring trends and help raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust and Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

The fashion show is set to make a perfect night out with fashion and beauty advice from 6pm on all four floors of The Cornerhouse with cocktails and canapés on offer.

The Slug and Lettuce will play host to The Fashion Show which gets underway at 8pm. Not only can you can get a glimpse of what’s hitting the high street this spring but you can pick up some invaluable hair and beauty advice from the experts.

Tickets are on sale now priced at £5 and include a glass of fizz. You can also upgrade to a £10 VIP ticket which includes a fantastic seat close to the catwalk plus a drink on arrival and a free goody bag. All the money raised on the night will be going to charity.

And as if all of this wasn’t enough, you’ll even get the chance to enter a fantastic prize draw to win John Lewis vouchers worth £500 plus a personal shopping experience.

Tickets are available from Icon Hair & Beauty in The Cornerhouse on 0115 9240 200 or visit Icon on the fourth floor. For more information on The Cornerhouse, visit

Posted on 02 April 2012
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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