Stella’s Charity Fashion Show to celebrate stylish sustainable fashion

first_imgIt’s definitely time to think about winter fashion and the party season, and one upcoming event will have it all wrapped up!Stella McGroarty of Stella Boutique in Donegal Town is hosting her Charity Gala Fashion Show in Harvey’s Point on Sunday 10th November.It promises to be an entertaining afternoon of sustainable style, special moments and fabulous food.All guests will be treated to a delicious Harvey’s afternoon tea and prosecco on arrival.Then it will be time to relax and enjoy seeing the fabulous looks for every winter occasion that are in store at Stella Boutique. Stella has become a local leader in sustainable fashion and this is the perfect chance to come and see how eco-friendly style can look so great.With MC Noel Cunningham and expert styling tips from Stella, it’s sure to be an entertaining show.Proceeds from the event are in aid of Cancer Care West.There will also be raffle prizes, proceeds of which will go to Deirdre Dillon’s fund for Breast Cancer Awareness.Deirdre is a local breast cancer survivor who amazingly completed the Dublin City Marathon last week. She will be one of the guest models on the day.Stella McGroarty – Stella Boutique Donegal TownLooking ahead to the event, Stella tells Donegal Woman:“I’m really looking forward to this event as it gives me an opportunity to show that it is more than possible to dress in a stylish, sustainable fashion.“Whether you’re already a conscious fashion shopper or otherwise, I welcome the opportunity to steer you towards the world of slow fashion.“Most of our fabrics are manufactured using Organic Cotton which contains no toxic pesticides, herbicides or genetically modified seeds. This results in a much lower impact on the environment and a high skin tolerability.”Stella Boutique on the Diamond in Donegal Town“Our models will be showcasing beautifully designed, colourful clothing in quality fabrics that don’t cost the Earth…..and there will be special discounts for those who attend!”Tickets are only €25 and they are selling fast. You can get yours now in Stella Boutique or on Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/charity-gala-fashion-show-tickets-75956525011Call Stella Boutique on 087 226 2820 for more information.And Harvey’s Point is offering a special Sunday night package of €49 per person sharing, so why not make a night of it with friends!This event is supported by the Donegal Women in Business Network.Stella’s Charity Fashion Show to celebrate stylish sustainable fashion was last modified: November 3rd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:fashion showharvey’s pointstella boutiquelast_img read more

Chelsea linked with Marseille man and Cesar is snubbed by Sampdoria

first_imgChelsea are being linked with Marseille’s Florian Thauvin.It comes after one of the Blues’ scouts watched Marseille play Monaco on Sunday.And ESPN report that former Chelsea star Franck Leboeuf told French television that the 21-year-old midfielder will not have impressed.Leboeuf is quoted as saying: “Thauvin didn’t exist for an hour.“There was one moment where he had the ball and he tried to knock it past the defender and go round the other side, and you wonder where he’s going.“Wait for your team-mates to arrive – keep the ball. Football isn’t played with 11 balls.”Meanwhile, Italian media are reporting the fact that Sampdoria turned down the chance to sign Julio Cesar from QPR, having previously tipped him to join the Genoa-based club.Rangers have so far been unable to find any takers for the Brazil goalkeeper, who has been available since the end of last season.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Ashok Gehlot, Joshi lock horns over Rajasthan cricket bodies

first_imgChief Minister Ashok Gehlot backed Sports Council of Rajasthan is targeting Rajasthan Cricket Association , which is headed by his rival CP Joshi – Union Minister for Surface Transport.The sports council is headed by Shiv Charan Mali, who is considered very close to Gehlot. He was appointed as its head on Joshi’s suggestion as a bargain for withdrawing from the race for election to RCA president in favour of Joshi.The Council has declined to give RCA stadium for Irani Trophy matches due in fourth week of September on the grounds that the memorandum of understanding between the two has expired on July 21.RCA moved court of metropolitan magistrate in Jaipur demanding that it be allowed to use the stadium as government has given permission to go ahead with the MoU. But the court dismissed it. Now, RCA plans to appeal against this order.The Council has in the past tried to create hurdles in functioning of RCA on petty issues by locking the gates of the stadium or refusing to let repair works done before crucial matches. It is because Mali’s first love was to head cash-rich RCA.Joshi is known for his erratic handling of the RCA. At times he takes full control of the RCA and at other times, he leaves it entirely to the RCA secretary KK Sharma, who is also his man.RCA has been facing problems in its financial matter of late. The Public Accounts Committee of Rajasthan assembly has ordered it to pay Rs 4 crore dues to police and home department in lieu of security provided for the matches. Recently, RCA’s accounts were frozen by Income Tax department to claim its dues.advertisementlast_img read more