Kerry GAA Stars To Hit The Runway For ‘1916-Inspired’ Charity Fashion Show

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Tommy Walsh, EY, Chris McCarthy, Sunshine and Umbrellas, Rhona Abbey, EY and David Moran, EY at the launch of the EY Rise To The Fashion Challenge. Photo by Darragh Kane

Tommy Walsh, EY, Chris McCarthy, Sunshine and Umbrellas, Rhona Abbey, EY and David Moran, EY at the launch of the EY Rise To The Fashion Challenge. Photo by Darragh Kane

KERRY stars, Tommy Walsh and David Moran, will swap the green and gold for – what is billed as – ‘1916 Rising-inspired styles’, as they get set to hit the runway for the third annual Ernst & Young charity fashion show.

They will be joined at the Rochestown Park Hotel on Thursday, April 28, by a host of other GAA stars and models strutting the catwalk in designs from Phoenix_V, Sheenas, Paperdolls, Miss Daisy Blue, Designer-Steals, Tony’s Menswear, Fitzgeralds, Blue Fig and Blush, all in aid of Cork ARC Support House and Cork Cancer Research.

The event will be hosted by leading Irish designer Sonya Lennon and styled by Xpose stylist Beth Haughton.

Sunshine & Umbrellas, who to date have raised more than €90,000 for Cork Cancer charities, are partners with EY for the event, and bring their wealth of experience in fundraising for cancer charities.

If you’re living in Cork and thinking about going, tickets, which cost €35 each, are required for entry and must be purchased in advance from EY offices in City Quarter, Lapps Quay, Cork or contact Niamh Horgan, Sunshine & Umbrellas on 087-8271202.

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