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The Art of Fashion 2005 starts at The Dorcester

Jun '05
Fashion Targets Breast Cancer's gala event 'The Art of Fashion' was held for the first time in 2004, to much acclaim. Not only did it raise an incredible £210,000 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer, but it also gained widespread media coverage. Guests were rapturous, describing the event as an "out and out triumph" and a "a fashionista's dream".

The Art of Fashion 2005 will take place on Thursday 9 June at The Dorcester, Park Lane, London. This Fashion Targets Breast Cancer gala event will feature a champagne reception and sumptuous dinner.

Beverley Knight leads the entertainment and will be followed by a DJ with June Sarpong as the host for the evening. There will be many opportunities for guests to win fabulous prizes and every guest will leave clutching a goody bag. Tickets are £500 each or £5,000 for a table of ten.

Throughout the evening, there will be a Lucky Dip, which will guarantee a prize worth at least twice the value of what you pay. Along with the Auction, Silent Auction and Raffle Prizes which are all listed below.

-A luxurious resort holiday at the newly opened One & Only Reethi Rah in the Maldives.
Two walk on parts in the next Working Titles Films movie.
-Cookery lesson with Jean Christophe Novelli followed by lunch at his famed restaurant Auberge du Lac.
-Two tickets to Chloe's Spring 2006 show at Paris Fashion Week in October, including accommodation at the luxurious Plaza Athénée Hotel in Paris.
-David Bailey photograph. A beautiful photograph of Lily Cole, printed especially for The Art of Fashion.

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