THE Costa del Sol’s first women’s fashion magazine embraced the season of goodwill, hosting a charity fashion show at The Boardwalk restaurant in Marbella.
Hot on Trend raised more than €1,000 at the sold-out show to benefit Positively Pink, a charity dedicated to providing British women in Malaga province with free breast cancer screening.
The event united Spanish and British communities with live entertainment by the children’s choir from Swans Junior School, tea, cakes, mulled wine and a raffle as clothes from local shops Amira, Anita’s, Gail Berry, Motek, Terra Luz, Simply Love Designer and Vive La Reine were shown on the catwalk.
The Boardwalk is taking its goodwill further by donating a cent to Positively Pink for every euro spent at the restaurant throughout the year.
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