A LADIES’ night of fashions, fizz and fun will fundraise for a serious issue.

A fashion show is being held at Ty Glyndwr in Caernarfon to raise money to tackle domestic abuse against women.

The event in aid of Welsh Women’s Aid in Bangor on Thursday, March 22 is being hosted by former model and West End dancer Amanda Farrow, who runs the Sienna Skye boutique on High Street, Caernarfon.

Amanda said: “This is our first fashion show after opening the Sienna Skye Boutique in June 2017.

“We’ve raised money for all sorts of causes in the short time we’ve been open, including local schools and the Alder Hey children’s hospital in Liverpool.

“We are holding the fashion show event for ladies at the new Ty Glyndwr.

"We are hoping it is going to be a great night of fun, fashion and fizz, but also an opportunity for friendship and a celebration of strength and achievement.

“Every penny is going to support local domestic violence charities.

"Women all over the world know at least one person affected by domestic violence.

"I, first-hand, have experience of how it impacts and affects many peoples lives.

“As women, we should support each other and it’s important to grow strong and regain confidence and self esteem.”

The boutique is named after Amanda's two-and-a-half-year-old daughter, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour in October 2011 and died just six weeks later.

Sienna Skye had herself been a model for children’s fashion brand Mama and Papas.

With the help of her mum Barbara Farrow, Amanda has channelled her grief into good causes and helping others.

She added: “Let’s empower each other and support a wonderful cause.”

There will also be a raffle and competitions. Tickets are £5 available from the Sienna Skye Boutique or #Siennaskyeboutique