Owing to the tremendous success of the Fashion High Tea 2011 event, we have had to make this versatile, haute couture fashion event an annual one. The 2012 Fashion High Tea will be hosted at the Zen Garden on Saturday 11th February 2012 from 2:00pm – 8:00pm.
The previous Fashion High Tea event boasts rave reviews on pizzazz, style and execution. It had a sell‐out crowd consisting of high profile guests and personalities. The event received extensive media coverage both locally and abroad. The support and sponsorship from top class brands such as Moet et Chandon, PZ Cussons, KISS FM, XFM, True Love Magazine, KWV, Aquamist, Ramco Group, Wines of The World, Eat Out & Infinite Planners was tremendous.
Following in the footsteps of the previous event, we expect to make the Fashion High Tea 2012 the hottest fashion ticket in town. Expect to be wowed! The annual Fashion High Tea event is hosted to support various charitable causes. The 2011 High Tea event raised 360,000/‐ for new mothers at Pumwani Maternity Hospital who were not allowed to leave the hospital unless their bills were cleared. We paid hospital bills for 24 women and gave each of them a care package containing bus fare and items for mother and baby donated by Kenpoly & PZ Cussons, to help them on their journey with their new born babies.
Proceeds from the 2012 High Tea Event will go towards supporting children suffering from cancer. The Fashion High Tea is a very high profile event that we have put together for the upwardly mobile discerning professional, to indulge in their favorite pastimes, i.e. fashion, shopping and socializing while indulging in luxury and sophistication atmosphere.
Zen Garden will be creating a fashionista’s high tea menu. The lavish menu will include a selection of mouth watering pastries, cup cakes, tea sandwiches, mini burgers, variety of cheeses, sweet & savory delicacies & a sushi bar on ice. There will also be unique mobile bars serving up delicious cocktails, selection of wines, soft drinks, tea & coffee. Just like the previous event, we expect to put on a spectacular show for our guests, with an amazing food & beverage selection, haute couture vintage runway, entertainment, live band & unique shopping experience in the mini boutiques.
The Fashion High Tea experience and ambiance is a sophisticated grand affair. Guests are treated to an evening of great entertainment on the Zen Garden lawn, and exquisite fashion show by top class fashion designers. The shopping experience in the Mini Boutiques section is unmatched. Expect an array of top fashion brands and boutiques selling garments, shoes, accessories and jewelry. And lastly, we do not let our guests leave without taking home some free goodies.
Please do keep an eye out for our extensive marketing & PR campaign through electronic and print media.In a class of its own, The Fashion High Tea is a very glamorous, high profile event. There is no other event like it in Kenya.
The High Tea dress code: High tea gatherings dress code has historically been associated with elegance and sophistication. Back then, it was compulsory for high society ladies to wear dresses, gloves, hats and gentlemen had to wear jackets and a tie. We are requesting the ladies to come wearing big hats and colourful sundresses. Gentlemen will be requested to come in Jackets.
Advance Tickets to attend the event cost 4000ksh/per head (all inclusive)
Tickets at the door to attend the event cost 5000ksh/ per head (all inclusive)
Advance Tickets will be available from Zen Garden. We will also be able to deliver tickets (minimum 5)
Following our sell‐out show, tickets will be limited due to capacity and sold on a first come first serve basis.
For more information or bookings please contact:
Shivani Radia, Tel: +254 733 654 568
Grace Makosewe, Tel: +254 713 338 710
Email: Makosewe@NairobiVIP.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Zen Garden, Spring Valley, Nairobi
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