Posted by Tracy Norris-Evans, Partner
Royds Withy King clients hit the runway alongside professional models to raise money for The Silverlining charity
Following the success of 2015’s event, Royds Withy King is delighted to be sponsoring its second fashion show in aid of The Silverlining. The event will see over twenty five disabled and able-bodied models take to the runway to raise …
Following the success of 2015’s event, Royds Withy King is delighted to be sponsoring its second fashion show in aid of The Silverlining.
The event will see over twenty five disabled and able-bodied models take to the runway to raise funds and awareness of the charity.
The Silverlining provides a support network which enables people with brain injuries, and their families, to re-immerse and re-engage with their communities. The charity aims to help them rebuild their confidence, as well as supporting them to aid others in similar positions to lead a fulfilling life. Silverliners and Royds Withy King clients will strut their stuff alongside experienced models, showcasing an illustrious range of clothing by Jigsaw and Oxford’s own bespoke men’s tailors Clements and Church. The models are being styled and choreographed by Electric hair salon.
Starring, once again, in this year’s line-up will be local talent Kit Butler, whose modelling career rocketed after his performance in the 2015 show. He has since appeared in editorials for Vogue Italia, as well as walking for Balmain, Les Hommes, and Versace, among others. His major campaigns include Emporio Armani, Polo Ralph Lauren and Hugo Boss. The Silverliners will be sure to give him a run for his money!
The show will epitomise Royds Withy King’s client-based approach. We strive to put our clients’ interests at the heart of everything we do. We build long-lasting relationships based on mutual respect and understanding. Together with The Silverlining, we aim to build on the success of 2015’s show by celebrating the achievements of our clients, while simultaneously promoting the charity and raising awareness of brain injury.
Tracy Norris-Evans, Royds Withy King:
“We are excited to host the fashion show again to shine the spotlight on our clients and Silverliners who have overcome life-changing challenges. Above all, the night will provide all those involved with the opportunity to challenge preconception, and to show that there’s no such thing as the unachievable. With the help of The Silverlining, this event will prove that the sky really is the limit”.
See some of the inspiring footage from the last fashion show in the video below:
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