Last Season’s Fashion Cast Offs for Charity
LAST SEASON'S FASHION CAST OFFS
PROVIDE SHELTER FOR UNDERPRIVLEDGED CHILDREN IN HONG KONG
KEE Club accepting donations of luxury fashion pieces for LUXARITY Collect Event, January 28thand Monday 9th, 2015
LUXARITY, Hong Kong's high fashion designer charity sale, has announced it is accepting donations for pre-loved luxury designer clothes. The new and gently used items will then be re-sold with funds raised donated to support Mother's Choice and PathFinders, Hong Kong charities committed to sheltering and supporting children in Hong Kong.
A unique charity embracing the philosophies of fashion up cycling and recycling, LUXARITY will be accepting donations of pre-owned designer pieces at KEE Club (6/F, 32 Wellington Street, Central) on January 28th and February 9th 2015 from 10am â€“ 6pm. Accepting entire wardrobes and collections, the LUXARITY team will pick-up from homes or offices for those donating more than five pieces (contact LUXARITY limousine at firstname.lastname@example.org).
LUXARITY offers the opportunity to offer something back to the community — by selflessly donating pre-loved designer clothes and accessories. The proceeds raised going to Motherâ€™s Choice and PathFinders fashion cast offs are literally helping to shelter many babies and children in need.
LUXURITY accepts women's, men's and children's clothes, accessories, shoes, bags and leather goods, from all major fashion houses across the world including Paris, Milan, London and New York.
With details of the second annual LUXARITY CHARITY SALE to be announced shortly, LUXARITY is aiming to raise funding to change many childrenâ€™s lives, and to boast designer pieces from the wardrobes of Hong Kong's best-dressed models, celebrities and style-setters including Ankie Beilke, Jaime Ho Ku, Diana D'Arenberg and many more.
This year, all proceeds from LUXARITY CHARITY SALE will support Mother's Choice and PathFinders. Both charities are committed to the welfare of children in Hong Kong.
LUXARITY is an initiative created by a group of committed professionals who aim to combine Luxury + Charity and Passion + Compassion to make a positive difference in the world. For details, visit www.luxarity.com
Key partners include:
Cristina Ventura, founder of Luxarity, senior executive in the fashion industry for 20 years and a believer in the magic combination of fashion, luxury and charity. She held regional management positions with many of the leading global brands including Apple, Prada, Gucci and Louis Vuitton. She is currently SVP for a leading Luxury Company based in Asia. Cristina studied at Harvard and Stanford and is a lecturer at global conferences and universities about business, corporate communication, fashion and technology. She is a yoga and meditation teacher andvividly involved in several Hong Kong and European charities, dedicated to make a positive impact on the world.
Coral Puig, www.thelovecomes.com, Coral encourages and assists corporations and entrepreneurs in using social marketing differentiation strategies and breakthrough creative communication tools to nurture, develop and grow business by doing good.
Denise Ho, Denise Ho is one of Hong Kongâ€™s premier fashion stylists and a great supporter for sustainable and eco-friendly fashion in the city. A graduate from Rhode Island School of Design, Denise spent more than a decade working in the fashion industry from New York to London before returning back to her home city of Hong Kong. Other than styling celebrities, fashion campaigns and editorials for major fashion magazines, Denise is also working with Redress to promote fashion sustainability. Â
Founded in 2001 by Hong Kong-based Austrian Christian Rhomberg and his wife Maria, KEE is a private members club embracing the exclusive salon culture, which incorporates convivial fine dining and an international nightclub as well as unique lifestyle and cultural events. Discreetly located at Number 32 Wellington Street in the heart of Central Hong Kong, KEE is a sanctuary where members, their international guests and visiting celebrities can gather to eat, meet, do business, party, or just be. KEE recreates the atmosphere of a luxurious European residence while showcasing some of the finest art and design from around the world and offering a diverse selection of international entertainment including avant garde film screenings, international uber-djâ€™s and some of the most interesting social and cultural events in Hong Kong. KEE is renowned for its outstanding cuisine â€“ with a full Chinese menu presented at lunchtime and a contemporary European menu available in the evening. Capitalising on its success and experience in Hong Kong, KEE opened a second club in Shanghai in September 2008, which shares its 796 Hua Hai Road address with the luxury brand Richemontâ€™s Shanghai headquarters and the flagship showrooms Alfred Dunhill and Vacheron Constantin and has already become the cityâ€™s ultimate temple de luxe. For further details, visit keeclub.com
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