Metal, leather and texture rule at QA fashion show

Tuesday night’s fashion show (hosted by local boutique Question Air) was fantastic fun – it seemed that all of Wimbledon Village was there – and of course it was all for a great cause.

The clothes were modelled by locals (including some very familiar faces), showcasing a riot of texture, sparkle, leather and fur.  Colourful skinnies ruled, in shades of cobalt, red and plum, topped with a range of sequinned blazers and ‘swingy’ coats – capes also made a return appearance, trimmed with leather and buckles.  Body-con dresses in lace were prominent, coupled with fantastic gold stiletto heels – fun, sexy and lethal !

My favourite outfit was a long black jumper and very short plum sequined skirt.  The model had bare legs and short black biker boots, giving this girly look a tough and sexy edge.

Local magazine “darling” was there taking photos, so hopefully you’ll see me in the next issue…

Question Air Fashion Show

I am looking forward to next week’s Question Air Fashion Show, being held at beautiful Cannizaro House in Wimbledon Village on Tuesday 9th October.  Proceeds from the event go to Action Duchenne, a charity helping sufferers of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a progressive muscle wasting disease.  This event is sold out, and also includes an afterparty at nearby Hemingways…

The Question Air team will be showcasing the autumn/winter 2012 collection, using local models.  Action Duchenne is a great cause, and in fact I ran a 10K race for them in Battersea Park a few years back….and it was a personal best.