05:06PM, Tuesday 26 April 2016
A fashion show featured catwalks, bubbly and a three-course dinner at the Royal Oak in Paley Street on Tuesday, April 19.
Models showcased the spring/summer collection from designer Marc Cain and afterwards the guests were given the chance to shop from the range.
More than 50 guests attended the show which was in aid of the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service.
Roz Parkinson, one of the organisers, said: “We had a really big crowd, the show lasted an hour and afterwards the guests were treated to a lunch.
“The only dedicated Marc Cain designer shop in St Albans closed for the day so we could showcase the collection and everyone enjoyed looking through the clothes.
“We managed to raise £927 for Alexander Devine which is incredible.
“I always get ladies telling me this is a favourite event of theirs and we’ll hopefully do another one in the autumn.”
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