5 Nov, 2020 @ 17:44
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Major charity fashion show coming to Mijas Costa this week

A MAJOR charity fashion show is coming to the costas this week. 

Fashion lovers are gearing up for the first ever Mistique Charity VIP Fashion show on November 9. 

Alongside clothes shop Mistique, local businesses from across the area are coming together to raise money for the Cudeca Hospice. 

Christina Stiksma from Mistique said: “I am involving my friends and acquaintances as well as local business to join up together for Cudeca at her Mistique Charity VIP Fashion Show presenting Mistique fashion and introducing Mistique fashion for men.

“The idea is to sell my clothing and give something back to the community through the fundraising for Cudeca. 

The models, friends and customers of Mistique, will be modeling the fantastic new Autumn/Winter collection for the audience to see and buy at discounted prices.” 

The Mint Kitchen & Bar Restaurant in Riviera del Sol (Mijas Costa) will be hosting the fashion show at their venue from 4pm. Frankie B. will be the host of the evening and will also help to launch the new Mistique fashion for men.

The ticket Price is  €30 and can be purchased at Mint Restaurant or at Espresso café Bar in Calahonda (close to Mercadona) or call Christina from Mistique on 633409511. Ticket includes cava reception, a tapas menu specially prepared by the head chef, dessert and wine, beer or soft drink. 

€5 out of every ticket and the charity raffle proceeds will be donated to Cudeca. 

Kirsty Mckenzie

Kirsty is a journalist who has reported on news, entertainment, food and drink, travel and features since 2015. She lives in the south of Spain.
Got a story? Email kirsty@theolivepress.es

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