Ladies in lingerie strutted their stuff in a catwalk at Berties, Elland.
The catwalk was for the good cause of children with models flashing their flesh to fundraise for the NSPCC.
Men and women showcased Anon Lingerie, Marks & Spencer, Enzo Menswear and Munro Dress Agency garments in a ticketed fashion show enjoyed by an audience of 70 women.
Four ladies shed pounds to make pounds for the children’s charity. Ellie Jameson, Cheryl Shaw Peters, Louise Stevenson and Carol King, pictured, lost a total of ten stones in weight between the four of them. The ladies say they want people to know no matter what age or size you are - anything is possible.
Upon arrival, guests were serenaded with songs by Elland primary school choir and enjoyed canapes washed down with fizz.
Helen Verity, NSPCC community fundraising manager, said: “The Calderdale fashion show was lots of fun and a great opportunity to get together to meet friends and to support the NSPCC.
She said: “Our thanks go to M&S, Anon Lingerie, Enzo Menswear and Munroe Dress Agency for donating their time, models and beautiful clothes to support the event. I’d also like to thank all of our NSPCC volunteers and models who supported the evening.”
Sale of tickets and merchandise raised £700 for the children’s charity. All funds raised will support children and families across West Yorkshire.