Tresor Paris held its Quantum Sky fashion show in aid of children’s charity Sky Badger last night (Oct 15) at the Montcalm Hotel in Marble Arch.
The fashion show unveiled the jewellery brand’s new AW15 collection – Quantum Cubus – and raised money and awareness for its chosen charity Sky Badger.
The night started with a champagne reception followed by a three course meal, fashion show, auction and raffle and entertainment in the form of talented artist Tony Roberts.
The fashion show displayed pieces from Tresor Paris’ Quantum Cubus range, its new geometric inspired collection with sharp lines, fascinating cuts and contemporary designs.
The catwalk was complete with garments from fashion houses Este Couture, specialising in exclusive designer fashion couture and Story Boutique, offering stylish pieces from a range of luxury designers, with both casual and evening looks with gorgeous beading and embroidery.
Most importantly, the night was about raising money for charity Sky Badger, a charity that finds help and adventure for disabled children and their families in the UK by building bridges between disabled children and the charities and services available to help. All funds raised from the auction and raffle went towards helping the wonderful efforts Sky Badger are making to help these children and their families. Both the auction and raffle were a huge success, with an antique dinosaur egg, signed Spurs t-shirt and Boris Becker signed tennis ball and book up for auction, with a Tresor Paris black diamond going for £1,800.
So far the auction has raised £5,000 on card payments alone, an amount that will already allow the charity to help thousands of disabled children and their families.
Sponsors included: Beaverbrooks, Playboy Club London, Zing Vodka, Krispy Kreme, Kryolan, Toni & Guy (Ilford), Montcalm Hotel, Hawkins Shepherd, Este Couture, Story Boutique, Affluent Lifestyle, Hemyca & Healeys.