September 14, 2015

On London, 20th September, 2015 is the Gyunel fashion show. Last year the stars watching the show included Millie Mackintosh, Donna Air and Mary Charteris watched on as Ella Eyre performed and Yasmin and Amber Le Bon strutted down the catwalk! Tickets to the Gyunel Fashion Show aren’t easy to come by, but now is your chance to watch from the exclusive Front Row where you can take selfies with the stars and include the infamous FROW hashtag on your Instagram!

The Gyunel Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Show will take place on Sunday 20 September at The Vinyl Factory in the heart of London’s West End, Soho. The highest bidder will watch the show with me and get the whole VIP experience – including having your pictures taken by the paps!

Funds raised from this auction will go to Action Against Hunger, an international humanitarian organisation committed to ending child hunger. Recognised as a leader in the fight against malnutrition, Action Against Hunger saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger.

For further information, and to bid, please visit THIS LINK 

This auction closes on 17 September 2015.

I can’t wait to see one of you there!

Lots of Love, Roxie xx

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