Funky Fashion Show At The Pop-Up Shop To Raise Money For Parkinson’s

The pop-up shop in Keith was the venue for a fashion show on Thursday 29th June.  Over 40 people braved the terrible weather to attend the fund-raising shopping event.

Evelyn Mitchell said “8 Models wore 64 different outfits put together by Evelyntreasurefinder2. Which is the fashion name of Evelyntreasurefinder.  Models were all good customers and included Linsey Gibb and Sally Saunders from Insch.  Caroline Hamilton from Kennethmont. Sandra Brantingham from Cornhill. Michelle Inglis from Keith.  Wendy Hay from Cullen and Susan Law from Huntly. The models had their make-up professionally done by Zandra Margaret make up.”

Leafy Laine, aka Elaine Addiscot whose dad is a Parkinson’s sufferer, was thrilled that over £350 has been raised and donations are still coming in.

Evelyn and Elaine have customers who follow them to Keith and spend the day visiting all the great shops and restaurants Keith has to offer.

The girls are in the pop-up shop until the 15th July so plenty time to pop on down and take a look.