Show benefits breast cancer research

PHOTO: PETER MCINTOSH
PHOTO: PETER MCINTOSH
A Nom*D model struts down the runway at Fashion for a Cure in Dunedin last night.

Emerson’s Brewery was transformed last night for the event which attracted more than 100 people.

University of Otago cancer researcher Prof Parry Guilford spoke about the latest developments in breast cancer research.

Money raised from the event would be used to fund studies on finding a cure for breast cancer.

Designers including Trelise Cooper, Zambesi, Nom*D, Kathryn Wilson and Augustine were featured in the Fashion for a Cure show. 

 

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