10 September 2009

"Cor Da Moda" - the colour of fashion - charity fashion event for the Olivia Lambert Appeal

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Olivia LambertAs spring is bringing new light and colours into Canberra, Carmen Steffens and Audi are partnering to bring Canberra the charity fashion event of the year.

At 6pm on Friday, the 25th of September, the fashion show “Cor Da Moda – the colour of fashion” will be presented at the Audi Centre Canberra, in Phillip. Proceeds are being donated to the Olivia Lambert Appeal.

Olivia Lambert is a beautiful little girl who was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer that primarily affects children. In the past 20 years there has been no progress in the treatment for neuroblastoma due to the lack of research.

There will be a fashion parade, chocolate fountains, samba dancers entertaining the crowd, drinks, food and the cool sounds of spring playing in the background and an after party free for ticket holders at North Bar in Civic. The Olivia Lambert Appeal is also selling raffle tickets with winners announced on the night and holding an auction of many desirable objects to further raise funds for the appeal.

Tickets can be bought from Carmen Steffens in the Canberra Centre for $30 or at the door on the evening for $35. The first 200 tickets sold will receive an exclusive promotional bag.

For more information go to comefindcarmensteffens.com

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I completely agree! They are such a lovely family!
Carmen Steffens is in the Canberra Centre, near Myer, opposite the ABC store.

What an awful six years this family has had! I’m afraid I missed the 60 minutes story, as I don’t watch television, but I have visited the website.

Olivia is just so beautiful, and so is her mum, also bravely battling cancer. I am willing them both to win their fight for life with every fibre of my being.

The organisers appear to have spared no detail to provide an incredible night of entertainment. Congratulations to all concerned!

Where is Carmen Steffens if I want to book my ticket now?

If anyone knows where we can place posters for this event for free around Canberra, it would be extremely apreciated! The more tickets we sell, the more that goes to the Appeal, so getting the word out is important!
Thanks everyone:)

Oh, best of luck with this. I will come if I can.

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