Art & Design
Posted by June Canedo
04. May, 2012
Dedicating their spare time to helping charities, Angie Dimitriou and Meg Rayner are hosting yet another Walk-In Wardrobe this weekend. It all started in Angie’s hair salon back in 2010 after she invited her friends to sell their unwanted clothes. Since this first run Walk-in Wardrobe has put on an event every a year raising more than $4000 for different charities, and it seems the demand for market stalls is growing.
This year, Walk-in Wardrobe has chosen to donate a percentage of its proceeds to Kiss Goodbye to MS, an organisation dedicated to the research and support for people with Multiple Sclerosis. The fact that the majority of people diagnosed with MS are young women make Kiss Goodbye to MS a perfect match for Walk-in Wardrobe.
Walk in Wardrobe is happening at 183 Greville St, Prahran this Sunday 6 May from 12 noon to 4pm.
If you would like to be part of future events and for more information visit facebook.com/walkinwardrobeau
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