Last week, I attended Newcastle High school for girls, with Love Niche’s personal stylist Lizzie Browell to help with the pop up shop, which was part of the schools fashion night. They had a range of clothes and accessories on the catwalk from Love Niche, Have to Love, Salisa, Peak Boutique, Stella and Dot, Yesturdays society, and Twenty six. I loved all the beautifully made garments on the runaway but have to say Love Niche was defiantly the best.
The money was raised for the rainbows trust, who supports families who have a child aged 0-18 years of age with a life threatening or terminal illness and need the bespoke support that rainbow trust can offer them. I though this was a beautiful cause and I was so honoured to be part of this, all the students done amazing, it was beautifully planned out, had such a great vibe to it, I really felt like dancing along!!.
Harry B’s styled the models hair on the night, which looked incredible which was complementary to the event, Aswell as sponspors ‘the cherry tree’, ‘forever living’, ‘Barbour’, etc.
and all 100 percent of the profits went to rainbow trust, so thank you to everyone who bought tickets, this would have benefited the charity in many helpful ways.