11 February 2013

Kenya: Glamour At Fashion High Tea

The annual Fashion High Tea event is the brainchild of Shivani Radia and Payal Radia, both directors of Zen Gardens. It aims to create an exquisite experience of fashion, friends and fun in order to raise money for charitable causes.

The Zen Garden's hosted this year's event on Saturday that saw a superb turnout. With added pomp and glamour, ladies donned their biggest and best hats as the men decked out in the latest jackets.

There was shopping to be done as guests sampled the extensive menu that included delicacies such as chicken satay skewers, peri-peri pots, feta and spinach parcels, calamari rings, red snapper goujons, meringue mess, English classic scones and cupid's arrow slices.

The Heineken Men's Lounge, Skyy Bar and Cafe Patron Bar provided the refreshments. For the teetotalers, Melvin's Teahouse was the perfect place as they had an assortment of their famous teas.

Eagerly anticipated was the fashion segment and it was worth it. Emceed by Fareed Khimani, the latest couture fashions hit the runaway. Afrostreet Kollektions, JW Coutoure, Njema Helena, Moksh Boutique, Pumie Waleyaa, Rupal for Design for Living, Shenu Hooda and Zarazra are the fashion lines that exhibited.

More so, the event is all for a worthy cause as the proceeds this year went to Therapies for Kids. The charity deals with providing full therapeutic care for children with special needs.

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