1 August 2012

Struttin' on a Sunday.

The Olympics has fused fashion and sport  together this summer. I don't know about you but I'm certainly inspired to hit the gym a little more than I have previously (i.e. never).

Appropriately, the first Sunday Strut, hosted by Millie Mackintosh from Made In Chelsea, is taking place in a few weeks. August 19th will see 100 people taking to the streets, walking 6K for The Prince's Trust.

Forget your Nike Air Max and trackies though; this charity walk is all about raising money whilst looking like you might be off out for your average night at whatever Mayfair club you frequent.

A pop-up hair and make-up parlour will be there offering their services before the walk on the roof garden at Cardinal Place. Gymbox are also holding a warm-up before things kick-off officially - I'm thinking that will be less glamorous and more hilarious though.

Walkers can look forward to a cool glass of champagne at Searcys Champagne Bar to celebrate finishing 6K in 6 inches. There's even a glam ending to the day too; an exclusive after party is being held at Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen. I've been told to expect Grey Goose Vodka cocktails and live music.

I'm looking forward to covering the strut; it's not every day you join other people in the fashion industry to walk around London for charity.

For more info and to register visit the One New Change website. Registration costs £25 and a further £75 must be raised for The Prince's Trust to take part. 
Lauren said...

That looks awesome! Good to have a slightly different way of raising money for a good cause. x

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