Autumn and winter fashions from Joules, Barbour, Saloos and Champion were just the thing to cheer an audience as the nights draw in.
It was Baytree Nurseries and Garden Centre’s charity fashion show for the Boston and South Holland branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and is expected to raise between £700 and £800.
This is the tenth year for the autumn show and Baytree’s clothing manager Helen Brooks paid tribute to the 28 models, including nine guys, for taking part – especially those who have never missed a year since the start.
Helen said: “They are all friends or staff here at Baytree and they are a brilliant group.”
She also thanked the show’s music and lighting stalwart, Nick Gratton.
The 250-strong audience enjoyed the show and had the chance to snap up some fashionable buys with one night only discounts.
They are all friends or staff here at Baytree and they are a brilliant group.Helen Brooks
Colour is making a strong comeback this year and Helen said: “We have a lot of purple and teal.”