Full house as Lancaster fashion show pays tribute to Pamela

One of the last wishes of one of Lancaster’s best-known fashion shop co-founders drew a packed crowd to Lancaster Town Hall.

The Mayor’s Parlour at Lancaster Town Hall was full for the Renes Lapelle Fashion Show, held in memory of Pamela Moore.

All the models were local girls who gave up their time to help a very worthy cause.

Back in the day, Renes of Lancaster often put on a fashion show in the town hall, but this was the first one held at the historic venue in more than 30 years.

The show was used for two reasons: To make customers, both old and new, aware of what Renes Lapelle has on offer for spring/summer 2016, and more importantly, as a tribute to the late Pamela Moore, co-founder of Renes of Lancaster.

Pamela’s daughter Tiffany said: “It was one of my mum’s wishes in the latter months to hold a fashion show in the Mayor’s Parlour at the town hall. We were delighted that we were able to therefore fulfil her wish as well as making this a wonderful tribute to a beautiful person, who is sadly missed by all.”

Many brands that are carried in the shop were presented at the show. St John’s Hospice finished the evening off by conducting the raffle with prizes kindly donated by local businesses. The event raised £3,000 for St John’s Hospice.

Photographs by Lucy Lamb Photography

We were delighted we were able to fulfil her wish as well as making this a wonderful tribute to a beautiful person, who is sadly missed by all

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