On Friday myself and fellow supernova Sam attended the Fight For Fashion charity fashion show at The Great Western Arcade Birmingham.
The event was set up to raise money for Help For Heroes, and what a fantastically fashionable way to raise money it was!
Arranged by Birmingham City University Fashion students, the show had backing from Alan Sharman Agency, Style Birmingham and Benjamin Ryan Hair to name a few.
The show itself featured a number of different designers and stores showcasing their key looks on the catwalk. The models strutted their stuff effortlessly and all looked fabulous.
Attendees included the Lord Mayor of Birmingham and BBC presenter Genelle Aldred.
Twitter followers included the likes of Eylure and My Street Chic. The event even had support from Calvin Klein model Rob Evans.
Now if Rob Evans isn’t enough to make you want to attend… I don’t know what is!
A Red carpet entrance, free food and drinks, pop-up stores, a raffle and more, were on offer throughout the night. I even managed to win a Xbox game courtesy of SEGA, although I was a little gutted my number was called just before I saw a pair of shoes being snapped up!
Let’s hope the organisers continue to keep up the good work and maybe if we cross our fingers there may be many more Fight For Fashion events to come!
Rob Evans image sourced from www.blog.sight-management.com
Check out more images taken at the event on the Bonafide Supernova Facebook page.
Words by Tamara McCleary