Cara Cancer Support and Elmay Professional Styling Boutique in Clanbrassil Street are coming together this Sunday to host a fundraising fashion show.
The fashion show will take place instore at Elmay Boutique, 30 Clanbrassil Street on Sunday from 3-6pm. Admission is free and all donations will go directly to the Cara Cancer Support Centre, a voluntary charity that is funded by the generosity of the public.
Laura Corry, proprietor of Elmay Boutique, told Talk of the Town she is honoured to be involved in this event for a charity that is so close to her heart and she will be donating a percentage of profits of all sales on the day to Cara Cancer Support.
Elmay Boutique is home to the best of Irish and European labels such as Libra, Avalon, Darcy, Ella Boo, Closet, Comma and Le Vertige among many more. It caters for women of all ages with a wide range of sizes starting from a size 8 with also a dedicated section on the first floor for size 18 plus.
Cara Cancer Support provides a supportive environment for people living with cancer and the centre is a place where patients and family members can come to find solace, they offer a range of holistic therapies, pamper days, a number of workshops for men and women along with welfare information and counselling to name just a few of their services.
All are welcome to come along on Sunday and this is your chance to help the people of Dundalk and the surrounding areas to find much needed support on an illness that has touched so many families.
For more information please phone Cara Cancer Support on 0873955355 or visit www.facebook.com/ElmayProfessionalStylingBoutique
Inside Elmay Boutique
Elmay Boutique opened in the former Madame Kay premises at 30 Clanbrassil Street last Friday and their opening offer of 20% off runs until this Saturday.
Proprietor Laura Corry has thanked all the Dundalk people for their support in the last week and everyone is encouraged to pop in to see all that the store has to offer.
Laura Corry Proprietor (centre) with her father photographer Peter Hughes and her mother Bernadette Hughes, former proprietor of Bonnie & Clyde Boutique, Clanbrassil Street at last week’s opening of Elmay Boutique
The display area on the first floor of Elmay Boutique
Laura Corry, proprietor of Elmay Boutique, with Siobhan Collins, sales assistant Elmay Boutique
Clanbrassil Street is set for a welcome boost as a new styling boutique is set to open its doors on Friday May 2nd.
The person responsible for the new venture, which will be called Elmay Professional Styling Boutique, is Dundalk woman Laura (Hughes) Corry – the former manager of Sally West, which closed its doors recently.
Laura has over 12 years experience in the fashion industry and she comes from a strong family background steeped in fashion history from designers to manufacturers and wholesalers to retailers.
Laura has furthered her styling knowledge by receiving professional training from top celebrity stylist Nicky Hambleton Jones who is best known for presenting Channel 4’s hit show 10 Years Younger.
Elmay Professional Styling Boutique will combine both styling expertise with clothes, shoes, handbags and accessories to give each customer an individual look.
Elmay Boutique will cater for a wide variety of ladies from mid-20s to mid-70s and above, and with a selection of sizes from 8-24 there will surely be something to satisfy all women’s needs.
The shop will be located at 30 Clanbrassil Street – the former Madame Kay’s – and will have well-known brands from the four corners of the globe as well as celebrating the best of Irish fashion hosting labels such as Endora.ie, most recently seen on Ireland AM, as well as Avalon, Via Veneto, Roisin McCarthy knitwear and Aria – a company which featured in Elle magazine’s top 10 brands of last year.
Elmay Boutique will offer a special opening discount of up to 20% off for each customer from Friday 2nd to Saturday 10th May. For more updates visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ElmayProfessionalStylingBoutique