The Peachy PR team pulled off another successful event last week for the La Durbin Boutique Salon in Fulham.
A showcase evening for new salon brand Skinade, became the perfect opportunity to give something back by fundraising for cancer support charity, Yes to Life. Latifa and Skinade along with actress, model and cancer survivor Sally Farmiloe-Neville, supported Yes to Life by hosting the celebrity event that provided a synergy between beauty from within and how wellbeing can help after cancer at the recently established boutique.
Latifa Durbin was a true hostess and, together with Sally, put on a show that resulted in over £2000 being raised for the cause.
Sally took on the Raffle and Auction duties with her usual aplomb, calling in substantial donations for a range of auction lots that included; a year’s supply of beauty product Skinade, unique artwork, a photography session, a two night stay in The Church Street Townhouse Hotel courtesy of The City Pub Group and an evening of dinner and drinks with a group of lovely ladies, actresses Vicki Michelle, Debbie Arnold, Lesley Nicol and Sally herself. Purchasers in the auction included Vicki Michelle leading a gallant charge to secure the top prize from key sponsor Skinade.
Lucy Watson, Made in Chelsea’s hottest starlet, was there to draw the raffle in support of her favourite salon, topping off a long list of beautiful and famous faces that also included the afore mentioned Lesley Nichol, Vicki Michelle, Debbie Arnold as well as Amal Fashanu, Princes Katarina of Yugoslavia, Lana Holloway, Sir Benjamin Slade, The Mayor of Hammersmith and Fulham Frances Stainton, Jade Farmiloe, Eastenders actor Youssef Berouain with Calum Best making a surprise appearance.