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Fashion show for a noble cause
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Sep '08
Irish Heart Foundation is a voluntary organization that helps people fight against heart diseases. The organization recently held its annual fashion show at the Four Season's Hotel in Dublin.

Famous designers and models took part in this grand event where fashion conscious people had gathered to witness amazing creations made especially for this occasion.

John Rocha won designer of the Year award by stunning the spectators with outstanding designs. Stylish skirts detailed with black and purple laces paired with black felt pumps along with bright red jackets with caped shoulders worn with purple ruffle skirts earned him high applauds. Sequined jackets and funky woolen cardigans had a more young and trendy feel to them that become popular among young audience.

The other renowned designers and labels who graced the show included Peter O'Brien, Jennifer Rothwell, Lainey Keogh and Pauric Sweeney.

The finale of the opulent show was done by Peter O'Brien who showcased delicate and sophisticated dresses along with a Josephine silk chiffon gown with pleated bodice, brought the show to a romantic conclusion.

The money raised by the fashion show is used by the organization for helping young people fight against heart diseases.


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