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Charity lunch

Torika Tokalau
Wednesday, May 28, 2014

DILKUSHA Home will be the recipient for Fiji Fashion Week's 2014 charity chest from the luncheon presented by Westpac today.

FJFW managing director Ellen Whippy-Knight said their annual charity luncheon was something she looked forward to and this year's theme was special.

"We're celebrating 100 years of fashion at the luncheon because the Grand Pacific Hotel turns 100 on May 23rd and it's going to be fabulous watching everyone attending the lunch dress in vintage," Ms Whippy-Knight said.

FJFW charity luncheon volunteer Nicole Morris said pieces from Hani Haring of Tahiti, MENA of Samoa and Sonam Sapra of Fiji would be auctioned at the luncheon.

"We have been fortunate to have a range of donations from sponsors for auction and people can also enjoy a vintage fashion show," Ms Morris said.

Tickets for the luncheon are being sold at Damodar City for $70.








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