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Tag: St Vincent de Paul

Help from the Underground 2013 – Wrap up

by The Editor

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In a cold winter’s night in June last year, around 500 people shuffled in to a Southside carpark to check out a quickly thrown together event featuring local fashion designers showing off clothes from the Vinnies op-shop.

Huh? What?

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Help From the Underground

by The Editor

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If you thought FashFest was a publicity juggernaut, that ain’t nothing compared to what happens when charities get involved. With one more sleep until the big event – it’s all-systems-go for organisers Andrea and Clinton Hutchinson.
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Help from the Underground 2013

by The Editor

help-from-the-underground

In a cold winter’s night in June last year, around 500 people shuffled in to a Southside carpark to check out a quickly thrown together event featuring clothes from the Vinnies op-shop.

Huh? What?

Read the rest of this entry »

‘Help from the Underground’ Fashion Show – Wrap Up.

by The Editor

Well, what a success that was! Pulled together in only two weeks by Clinton Hutchinson and his staff at Zoo Advertising, over 400 Canberrans huddled together on a Tuesday night in a basement car park to see an amazing range of designs based on clothing available from St Vincent de Paul op shops.

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Help from the Underground: Canberra’s ‘Coolest’ Fundraising event.

by The Editor

UPDATED (WED 07.30am): click here to see video, photos and a quick wrap-up of this amazing event.

Tomorrow (Tuesday 19 June 2012) Clinton Hutchinson of Zoo Advertising is hosting an unusual event aimed at highlighting the plight of Canberra’s less fortunate. While we at The Canberran may be more attuned to gala fashion launches featuring self-promotion, career advancement and endless bubbly, this time the intention is to be a little more outward looking.

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