Ryan Hally, Emily Walsh, Paul Maher and Laura O'Callaghan were models in the fashion show hosted by Clonmel Commercials Ladies Football Club at the Clonmel Park Hotel
There was a dazzling display of local fashion and talent at the Clonmel Park Hotel when Clonmel Commercials Ladies Football Club hosted a fashion show.
Generous retailers from around the town donated their time, expertise and clothing in order to illustrate that Clonmel continues to be one of the best inland shopping towns.
Fashions featured were from women’s boutiques Pavoni, Now Trading, Villa, Pamela Scott, New Look and Fran and Jane; menswear from Wurlitzer and Connolly Man, children’s fashion from Name It and clothing for all the family from Marks & Spencer, while both young men and women alike were dressed by DV8.
Above - Trish Keating, Clare Costigan and Eleanor Campion modelled at the Clonmel Commercials Ladies Football Club fashion show
The models, most of whom were making their debut on the catwalk, came from within the club and included players, coaches, family and friends.
Backstage help was also provided from within the club, mainly from the U-16 and U-19 teams.
The comperes for the evening were the charming Grainne Vaughan and the charismatic Ned Brophy.
Interval entertainment was ably provided by the light feet of Caoimhe Dalton Greene and Caoimhe Leahy from the McGrath School of Dance and music from the incomparable Brid McMaugh and Cian Smith.
Music was also provided by DJ Ram, whose music and timings provided a perfect backdrop to the proceedings.
Above - Models at the Clonmel Commercials Ladies Football Club fashion show included Keelan Foran, Enda Dunphy, Brian Keating, Brian White and Rhys Byrne
The finale to the show was an incredible display of Junk Kouture outfits. The imagination and imagery used in creating these was a testament to all the girls involved.
The Clonmel Park and their staff, especially Emma Walsh, were so helpful in the lead-up to the event and on the night.
It was a most successful and enjoyable evening and helped raise much-needed funds for the club.