On Thursday 13 December, Porsche Centre Chester hosted an exclusive fashion show in conjunction with Matthew O’Brien a local fashion designer based in Chester city centre.
Over 200 guests were greeted at the showroom for a very special evening of glamour and a catwalk of bespoke pieces of Porsche-inspired clothing designed exclusively for the event. The models were adorned with the most unique and beautiful pieces of jewellery from Boodles jewellers also located in the centre of Chester.
On the evening, guests were welcomed into the Centre to a live performance from Sing Out gospel choir who filled the showroom with beautiful upbeat Christmas songs. Throughout the night guests were treated to a selection of refreshments and canapés in addition to the two fashion shows that took place during the evening.
The team from Porsche Centre Chester were on hand to answer questions on the latest Porsche models throughout the night. Amongst the full model range on display in the showroom were two very special Porsche Approved Pre-Owned models which are currently available for sale at the Centre. These included a Miami Blue 911 GT2 RS and a Lizard Green 911 GT3 RS.
Overall the evening was a huge success and it was a pleasure to host such a special Christmas celebration. We hope to do something similar again next year.
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