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MLA Jo-Anne Dobson launches the charity fashion show at Stormont on December 3 with the help of models Sarah McDonald and Rebecca Maguire

MLA Jo-Anne Dobson launches the charity fashion show at Stormont on December 3 with the help of models Sarah McDonald and Rebecca Maguire

MLA Jo-Anne Dobson launches the charity fashion show at Stormont on December 3 with the help of models Sarah McDonald and Rebecca Maguire

The creative talents of three major players in the fashion world are to inject some cutting-edge glamour into Stormont's grey corridors.

Designer Geraldine Connon, award-winning hairdresser Shane Bennett and top fashion and photographic make-up artist Oonagh Boman, are showcasing their work in a charity fashion show at Parliament Buildings next month - while hoping to inspire the next generation of the Northern Ireland fashion industry.

Larne designer Geraldine, celebrating 30 years in the business, was approached by Ulster Unionist MLA Jo-Anne Dobson to take part.

A splash of colour herself among the Stormont suits, Ms Dobson is known for her love of style.

For The Love Of Fashion is at Parliament Buildings on December 3 to raise money for The Energy for Children Charitable Trust.

Belfast Telegraph