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Undercover charity fashion show designer and organiser Frances Nimeti with a wonderful creation. Photo supplied.

Project ‘Undercover’ is a fashion show that will showcase police staff and their hidden talents whilst raising funds for Lifeline through works of sewing, wearable art, body paint, hair dressing and make up with jaw dropping performances on stage.

The show will be held at the Vodafone Event Centre on Saturday evening November 18 with tickets on sale now through eventfinda.co.nz. The evening will involve collections from five different designers, a body artist, and performers from various roles within Police.

This event is being organised by off-duty police staff in their own time, with the support of their employer, New Zealand Police.

As this is a charity event with 100 per cent of the profits going to Lifeline Aotearoa, we are seeking charitable donations from people and organisations who would like to contribute to this amazing counselling and support service.

“Any contribution you are able to make is greatly appreciated,” organiser Gloria Sharma said.

“We are looking for donations such as Make Up kits to help with models make up on the night. Donations will to go towards Lifeline Aotearoa or towards our VIP Goody Bags.”

If you would like to donate or discuss this further please email undercovernzp@gmail.com or contact Gloria on 021943006.

Meanwhile ticket prices have been slashed by half – general admission is now $25 and VIP tickets $45 – and there’s a goody bag too for VIPs!

  • Undercover charity Fashion show, Vodafone Events Centre, BNZ Theatre, gate 1, 770 Great South Road, Manukau. All funds raised go to Lifeline Aotearoa. To get tickets go to eventfinda.co.nz.

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