Wear it For Autism is a fashion show with a difference. All of the models taking part have, in one way or another, been affected by autism. It is taking place on 10th September at the Vinyl Factory in the heart of Soho, London. All of the profits will go towards improving the lives of others with Autism.
The event has been organised by Anna Kennedy, a keen autism campaigner and mum-of-three. The Wear it For Autism catwalk will be walked down by mums, dads, adults and children, in front of friends, families, celebrities and VIPs.
Every person taking part in the event has been nominated by a friend or family member. The final models were chosen by the judging panel, which included actress Adele Silva, presenter Gail Porter, and the Principal of Pineapple Performing Arts Covent Garden, Maggie Paterson. They were chosen for their dedication and selflessness.
The winners have been split into five categories:- mums, dads, carers, children with autism and adults with autism. All of the winners will be treated to a head-to-toe makeover before hitting the stage. Guests will also get to enjoy a variety of entertainment, including acts from the Autism’s Got Talent show.
All profits will go to the registered charity, “Anna Kennedy Online”, which supports UK families affected by autism, including providing small grants for educational and domestic resources.
Tickets (which include entry to the event and a goody bag) – cost £25 and are available HERE
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To Enter, comment below saying you’d like to be entered.
The competition closes at 12 noon GMT on Friday 6th September 2013. The winner will be emailed on Friday, and their name will be added to the guest list. Travel and accommodation are NOT included.