Brown Thomas Galway to launch Autumn Winter 2019 collections at Charity Fashion Luncheon

Brown Thomas Galway General Manager Marilyn Gallagher & model Katie Geoghegan launch the ‘Brown Thomas Galway Charity Fashion Showcase’ in the iconic Pullman Restaurant which comprises of two original carriages from the Orient Express in the grounds of Glenlo Abbey. The Fashion Luncheon takes place in aid of Croí, National Breast Cancer Research Institute & Rosabel’s Rooms in the five star Glenlo Abbey on Sunday, 8th September.  Tickets are available from the three charities. IMAGE:  Julia Monard

Brown Thomas Galway General Manager Marilyn Gallagher & model Katie Geoghegan launch the ‘Brown Thomas Galway Charity Fashion Showcase’ in the iconic Pullman Restaurant which comprises of two original carriages from the Orient Express in the grounds of Glenlo Abbey. The Fashion Luncheon takes place in aid of Croí, National Breast Cancer Research Institute & Rosabel’s Rooms in the five star Glenlo Abbey on Sunday, 8th September. Tickets are available from the three charities. IMAGE: Julia Monard

On Sunday 8th September, Brown Thomas Galway will launch the exciting new Autumn Winter 2019 collections with a fashion show luncheon in partnership with charities Croí, National Breast Cancer Research Institute and Rosabel’s Rooms. The event will take place in the beautiful five-star surroundings of Glenlo Abbey to raise vital funds for these charities.

Guests will enjoy a champagne reception and music by Michelle Lally will precede an exclusive fashion show featuring this season’s key trends across the most sought after labels including Ganni, RIXO, Victoria, Victoria Beckham, See by Chloé and MaxMara. MC Clare McKenna (Ireland AM, Virgin Media & Alive and Kicking Newstalk ) will oversee proceedings for the rest of the afternoon which will continue in the beautifully appointed Corrib Suite overlooking Lough Corrib. The day will unfold with a carefully chosen four course lunch and music by The Raines ahead of a Special Charity Auction, finishing with evening music by The Rascals in the Dangan Suite.

Speaking about the charity fashion luncheon, Brown Thomas Galway General Manager Marilyn Gallagher says, “We are delighted to support such worthy charities as Croi, National Breast Cancer Research Institute and Rosabel’s Rooms for this event. Each charity is highly proactive in the West and throughout the country. They provide vital support to people at times in their lives when they are most needed.”

“The Brown Thomas Galway charity fashion showcase will present the key trends from across the luxury store’s Autumn Winter 2019 collections. We greatly look forward to welcoming guests and helping to raise vital funds for these charities.”

The event commences at 2pm and tickets are available through your chosen charity’s EventBrite page at a cost of €90 each or €800 for a table of ten. Croí, National Brest Cancer Research Institute & Rosabel’s Rooms can also be contacted directly regarding ticket sales. Tickets are also available from each of the charities this coming Saturday, 31st August when they are present in Brown Thomas Galway from 3.00pm – 4.30pm. Each charity has been invited to inform customers who wish to learn more in depth about the work they do.

About Brown Thomas Galway Event Charity Partners:

Croí: Croí’s mission is to prevent heart disease and stroke, save lives, empower and support families, communities and future generations to take control of their health and well-being. All proceeds donated to Croí will go towards our ‘Women at Heart’ campaign – an awareness campaign which targets women of all ages and highlights the fact that heart disease is not just a man’s disease. Women are six times more likely to die from heart disease and stroke than from breast cancer yet almost 90% of women are not aware of this fact. ‘Women at Heart’ aims to increase awareness of the risks, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart disease in women.

National Breast Cancer Research Institute: In Ireland, 1 in 9 women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime with almost 3,000 cases diagnosed annually. The National Breast Cancer Research Institute is a national charity that funds a comprehensive research programme at the Lambe Institute, NUI Galway. We know that breast cancer research has improved the diagnosis, treatments, and outcomes for those who develop the disease and the charity’s research funding continues to help outcomes for those who develop breast cancer.

Rosabel’s Rooms: Rosabel’s Rooms: In partnership with The Irish Hospice Foundation, the charity is facilitating the development of family-friendly bereavement suites in hospital emergency departments around Ireland, which will provide comfort and dignity for families following the loss of a loved one. Rosabel’s Room-to-Heal fund is providing direct financial support to families, when a child dies in Ireland. This Fund is helping bereaved parents and families to take time off work, pay for funeral costs etc. Rosabel's Room-to-Talk Program facilitates therapeutic supports to individuals, couples and families around Ireland who are impacted by child loss.

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