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Want to model at the 2015 Breast Cancer Care Fashion Show?


Breast Cancer Care models 2014

The search is now on for both ladies and gentlemen from all walks of life to model in the 2015 Breast Cancer Care fashion show. You don’t need to be a model or previously strutted down a catwalk, our only stipulation is that anyone who has been affected by breast cancer can and should apply! Applications are open from Monday 1st December 2014 to Saturday 31st January 2015 – so hurry and apply – the closing date is just a few weeks away!

This year’s show will be held on Wednesday 7th October 2015 at the beautiful Grosvenor House Hotel in London. On the day you’ll get the chance to work with professional teams from London fashion week as you take to the runway and the glamour doesn’t stop there. Many of our celebrity supporters get actively involved in the evening’s proceeding; last year celebrities included Heather Small, Kirsty Young, Lisa Snowdon, Victoria Pendleton and Sophie Raworth.

Meera Syal, Breast Cancer Care ambassador says of the event:

“Forget Paris and Milan this is my favourite fashion show in the world! Today this catwalk will be lit up by real people but by no means ordinary ones. Showing true courage, bravery and beauty, they are all absolute stars and I’m in awe.”

Two events will be held on one day; an afternoon tea for 800 guests and then a black tie gala dinner for 800 guests. You will also have the chance to participate in press work, raise awareness about breast cancer in your area and take part in future fundraising.

The event is a fundraiser for Breast Cancer Care and is attended by almost 2,000 guests, with last year’s show raising a phenomenal total of £318,000

Here’s one of our previous models, Sarah Williams-Gardener, to tell you about her experience…

“Aside from my wedding and the birth of my children, The Show really is up there as one of the best days of my life! It’s an experience like no other! I wish I’d invited more people as the feeling when your family and friends in the crowd cheer for you is truly incredible”

Seize this fantastic opportunity to shine as part of what is a hugely emotional but fun, vibrant and special event. Show the world your positivity and vivacity, and help this amazing charity support women facing breast cancer.

The closing date for all applications is Friday 31 January 2015. Please visit the Breast Cancer Care website for more information about the event and how to apply.


  1. janie Johnson January 13, 2015 at 2:26 am -  Reply

    I was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in 2015. I had chemotherapy and radiotherapy. I was 46 years old. Life goes on. The ffollowing end of the year my daughter Leanne gave birth to twin boys,4 days later in Australia my eldest daughter Vicky gave birth to twin boys, and then 10 days later, least of all my middle daughter gave birth to a healthy baby boy.
    In the matter of two weeks we were blessed with 5 New healthy baby boys..
    After a terrible year when I felt like giving up there was a reason to live. I am one of the lucky ones. I still have to be monitored for the next five years. Blessed. Xxx
    Thank you for listening xxxxx

  2. Jaqueline douglas January 28, 2015 at 2:54 am -  Reply

    After losing my sister of 53yrs to breast cancer, and over the year losing weight (size24to16-18) I feel I would like to this for the both of us.also she left a lovely daughter who does a lot for cancer care.thank you for your time…

  3. Leigh Anne Beaven May 24, 2015 at 3:41 pm -  Reply

    Please may I be a model in your show. I’m 36 and just getting over breast cancer ivf double masectomy chemo and radiotherapy. I look forward to hearing from you. X

  4. Anastasia August 16, 2015 at 4:39 pm -  Reply

    Have your models been chosen for this year? I wouldnt mind being a standby xx

  5. Jane Lowe October 2, 2015 at 12:21 pm -  Reply

    I was diagnosed with Breast cancer in October 2012. Following a lumpectomy and removal of lymph glands I started hormone therapy which I am still having and radiotherapy which was awful but the staff at the Hospital were so nice. The ambulance or volunteer drivers took me to the hospital Monday to Friday for four weeks and always had funny stories to tell and very often would take me on a tour round Liverpool showing famous place and peoples homes. Macmillams was a fabulous support to me.
    I did a cancer research walk to raise money.
    I am interested in modelling at the Breast cancer awareness fashion show but cannot see how to apply on the site. PLEASE HELP

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