In support of the Childhood Cancer Association, the Moseley Beach Club hosted the Sunset Style Show which featured local designers, influencers, athletes and a stunning and extremely Instagrammable natural backdrop. Adelaide’s style set mingled and sipped on bubbles from Sterling Vineyards and Moet and Chandon while they soaked in the last sun rays of the day on the sand.
Hosted by Mix 102.3’s Jodie Oddy, the fashion parade showcased Neue Bldv, Kloeha Bikini, Pampelone, The Lost Tribe, Cassandra Mamone and SKWOSH which has recently been seen on singer Ed Sheeran during his Australian tour.
The runway saw AFL Players Travis Boak and Jack Watts, 808 Threads Director Alexia Eleni, bloggers Cayleigh James, Alana Smith, Reinalda Costa and Hannah Clarke and Cassandra Mamone of her namesake jewellery brand strut their stuff for a good cause.
The Moseley, along with the RD Jones Group also surprised guests when they announced they would be donating $10, 000 to the Childhood Cancer Association. This money, along with the profits from the event will go towards supporting and providing services to children with cancer and their families.
A beautiful gesture which will do so much good for so many families and children who are going through an extremely difficult time.