A team of 11 from Q Hair and Beauty in Chichester joined in the fun and played a major role at a charity fashion show with a difference in Arundel.
Q stylists and beauty therapists made sure the 14 amateur models were beautifully turned-out – and three of the Q team also volunteered to take to the catwalk, where they stepped out in style and looked absolutely stunning.
The event was in aid of two charities – Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and to boost funds for renovation of the Victoria Institute in Arundel, a much-loved community hub which urgently needs some TLC.
“The girls from Q were absolutely fantastic,” said Jo Rothery, one of the fashion show’s organisers. “They worked so hard to make sure everyone looked great and they were also such fun to have there, really adding to the lovely atmosphere of the evening.
“We were also thrilled to have three of the Q team as models – they all strutted their stuff beautifully, looked gorgeous in their various outfits and gave even more glamour to the occasion.
“Thank you, Q, for giving your time and expertise to raise funds for two very good causes.”