MODELS donned iconic trends of the 80s, 90s and 2000s and strutted their stuff on the catwalk in Evesham in aid of St Richard's Hospice.
The catwalk show in Evesham Town Hall saw models wearing clothes donated to the hospice's charity shops and some items from Bella Due dress agency in Evesham in a retro-inspired show.
They raised more than £1,000 on the night and celebrated the charity's 30th anniversary.
St Richard’s fundraising assistant Sarah Patrick organised the show, supported by friends and volunteers.
She said: "It was a great evening and the town hall was packed. It was a vintage theme to celebrate St Richard’s 30 years of care, and we gave the clothes a modern twist, making them stylish and wearable.
"I would like to thank our volunteers, photographer, Alex Miller, Jason Brooks who provided the lighting and PA system, hairdressers, Panache and Chi salon, make-up artist Sophie Cantrill, Matt Peplow who sang in the interval and Barclays bank for match giving the raffle on the night. Everyone helped make it a great success."
For more information on the work done by the hospice visit strichards.org.uk.