Noela Williams, Heidi Inwood, Mae Waddell, Amy Muir, Jody Enoka, Cheryl Schram, Jo McClelland, Jeanine Brown
On Thursday evening the Millenium Room at the Lithgow Workies Club was filled with an excited buzz as the finishing touches were being put in place for the Lithgow Quota International Fashion Show.
The models were of various backgrounds and from many different walks of life; from a high school student to a retiree. Many of the models belonged to the Lithgow Quota International group. Jo McClelland from A Reader’s Heaven volunteered to participate and strut her stuff. There was even mother/daughter duo, Cheryl Schram and Heidi Inwood walking the runway with style and flair.
The fashions, supplied by Ali at Rockstar on Main Street, were amazing. They were filled with colours and sparkle and glamour OH MY! According to Ali, “Rockstar is a personalised shopping experience where we can refresh your whole wardrobe with styles to celebrate a unique you.”
The night was kicked off by MC Carol Marsden, president of Lithgow Quota International. After a warm welcome, the Daywear range was the first to debut on the runway. The look here was a colourful, layered style with the most fantastic boots. Comfortable and versatile, you could easily mix and match to extend your wardrobe over the coming Autumn/Winter season.
Next was the “Party” range. Here, there were faux fur jackets and woollen blend coats matched with leggings and colourful jeans. All of which were set off by bold accessories and colourful shoe wear.
After a light supper was served to the guests, the show continued with “Eveningwear”. And what a sight to behold. The theme was glamour, sparkles and bold colours! One of the highlights was a gorgeous gold Glitter One Shoulder dress by Australian company Honey & Beau, modelled by Heidi.
For Quota, the evening was a resounding success. The funds raised from the night will be going towards their continued support of charities both local and international. For more information on how you can become involved, please contact Carol on 6351 2039.