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Fashion Week Lands in Peterborough

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Peterborough is helping redefine beauty standards

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Our local fashion scene is vibrant, creative and full of life

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#PTBOFW2015 raised $23,480 in support of Five Counties Children’s Centre

Events

Our goal was to lead the way for other Fashion Weeks around the world by being inclusive, not exclusive and showing that giving back is always in style.

$23,480 was raised for Five Counties Children’s Centre by Peterborough Fashion Week 2015.

Check out the events that took place from November 15-21st, 2015

  • Dawn to Dusk

    Dawn to Dusk

    Teams had just 12 hours to create a photograph worthy of Vogue.

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  • Fashion, Wine & Cheese

    Fashion, Wine & Cheese

    We kick-off Peterborough Fashion Week in style at Dolcé Vita.

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  • NEVER TOO OLD TO STRUTT

    NEVER TOO OLD TO STRUTT

    We paid respect to the vibrancy, wisdom, grace and beauty of our elders.

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  • Connect with #PTBOFW2015

    Connect with #PTBOFW2015

    Take part in the action happening on social media!

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  • STRUTT FOR KIDS FASHION SHOW

    STRUTT FOR KIDS FASHION SHOW

    The 5th annual event featured the season’s hottest styles.

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  • STRUTT FOR KIDS AFTER PARTY

    STRUTT FOR KIDS AFTER PARTY

    The party didn't end after the Fashion Show! We had an official after party!

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All proceeds from Peterborough Fashion Week go to help the kids at Five Counties Children’s Centre.

GET INVOLVED

Help make #PTBOFW happen. Get Involved by volunteering, sponsoring, or supporting.

 

Peterborough Fashion Week would not be possible without the help of volunteers and sponsors. By getting involved, you’re helping Five Counties Children’s Centre make a difference in lives of thousands of kids.

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About Five Counties Children Center

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YEARS OF HARD WORK

6.5M

PROVIDED TO FIVE COUNTIES TO FUND VARIOUS PROGRAMS

5,400

CHILDREN SUPPORTED BY THE PROGRAM EACH YEAR

850

CHILDREN ON WAIT LIST