The Blue Haven Collection Kinsale held a local fashion show on Wed Oct 10th at 7.30pm in aid of Kinsale Youth Support Services.
Kinsale Youth Support Services, are a group of local people who have come together to support young people and promote positive mental health in the community, set up with the aim of providing information and support for Young People, their families and the Community in general.
â€¨The night started with Children wearing Cooleez Childrenâ€™s Clothes. Then throughout the night more amazing outfits for adults and children/ head garments/ jewellery and shoes were shown by Kinsaleâ€™s models. Tomas O Brien was the MC for the night and did a fantastic job giving all the information about each garment and holding a raffle at the end where many people won some brilliant prizes.
The fantastic stylish local boutiques that took part were: â€¨Cooleez Childrenâ€™s Wear; Footloose; Divine Special Occasions; Jane Boutique; Hattitude; Stone Mad Emporium; Bolands and Mrs Mon. People got some fantastic outfit ideas for the festive, party season and it showed people the fantastic range of clothes and accessories that can be purchased here in Kinsale, while supporting Kinsale Youth Support Services.
The Night raised â‚¬2150 and all in aid of Kinsale Youth Support Servicesâ€¨Thank you to all who helped, contributed and supported this event to make it a success.
Pictured are (back) Coleen Walsh, Divine; Celestine McCoy, Hattitude; Cllr. Tomas O'Brien, MC; (front) Jane O'Leary, Janes Boutique; Alice De LaCour, KYSS; Jenny O'Donovan, Bolands; Fiona Dyer, Footloose; Sharon Cooley, Cooleez Childrens Wear; Cassandra Burke O'Driscoll, Blue Haven Collection and Jackie Ryan, Footloose.
Picture. John Allen