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PICTURES: Nairn fashion show glows with more than £3800 raised for charity

By Federica Stefani

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Organiser Georgina Innes. Pictures: Alexander Wiliamson.
Organiser Georgina Innes. Pictures: Alexander Wiliamson.

The community in Nairn came together for a night of colour and fashion which raised raised £3880 for good causes.

Organised by Georgina Innes – owner of Brambles Boutique – in collaboration with Hannah Webster from Hat Hire Highlands, the fashion show held at Nairn Dunbar Golf club saw a variety of local businesses join forces to raise funds for the Highland Hospice and BEAT Eating Disorders.

The latter was chosen by Ms Innes after a friend lost her daughter to anorexia, making this a cause close to her heart.

Ms Innes said: "It was a fantastic night, we had so many local businesses taking part and a full house.

"I can't thank the golf club enough as they provided the venue, completely free of charge, and one of their staff members even covered the food bill.

"This meant we could raise as much as possible for the charities.

"It was great to work with Hannah – it was her first show but she is such a talented young entrepreneur!"

The night saw a show of outfits as well as a variety of stalls from Nairn-based businesses.

This is the 20th fashion show organised by Ms Innes, who owns Brambles Boutique, Ink & Pink and Strut in Nairn and a boutique in Aviemore.

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