Celeb style queen Helen Cody has a new project for a GREAT cause

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26 designers, 800 attendees and one brilliant cause.

It's not often that a charity event can hold its own in the world of fashion, but the ARC Fashion Show does just that.

Following on from the success of last year, the show returns to Dublin's RDS this Monday April 4, with a host of amazing Irish designers already confirmed.

With all funds raised going direction to ARC Cancer Support Centres around Ireland, this is one night of fun and glamour that's worth every penny.

Among this years confirmed names is Irish design mastermind Helen Cody, who counts Amy Huberman and Stephanie Roche among her fans.

This will be Helen's third year to showcase at the event, after being approached by producer Eddie Shanahan back in 2014.

Other designers confirmed include Heidi Higgins, Emma Manley, David O’Malley and Mairead Whisker.

This year will also see six milliners – Martha Lynn, Aisling Ahern, Margaret O’Connor, Elaine Keogh, Aoife Kirwan and Davina Lynch – showing off their exquisite creations.

As with every year, five of the models in the show will be 'ARC Angels,' clients of ARC who are battling cancer.

The ARC Fashion Show takes place on Monday 4th April at 8pm at the RDS Concert Hall.  Tickets cost €50 and can be purchased by calling 01 830 7333 or visiting the ARC website. You can also donate €4 today to ARC by texting ARC to 50300.

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