A collection of one-of-a-kind bras, that have been exclusively designed and signed by iconic Scots and fashion brands, are the star attraction in a fundraising auction taking place next week.
Bras created for the Bay City Rollers, Judy Murray and Lorraine Kelly are among the lots on offer after a host of Scottish celebrities and designers collaborated for the initiative.
The bras will be sold to the highest bidders at an auction organised by Edinburgh Fashion Week on Saturday March 5, with all funds going to the Walk the Walk breast cancer charity.
A selection of the bras were unveiled in the famous windows of Jenners (House of Fraser) in Edinburgh yesterday prior to being showcased by models at the fashion show next Saturday. They will then be auctioned live on the night by Forth One DJ Mark Martin.
The six “show-stopping” bras that will be under the hammer include:
– A Bay City Rollers bra that has been signed by the pop giants and exclusively created by Slanj Kilts.
– A Lorraine Kelly bra that has been signed by the much loved TV presenter and exclusively created by premium lifestyle brand Barbour.
– A Judy Murray bra that has been designed and signed by the Scottish tennis coach and created by talented bra designer and ‘MoonWalker’ Sara Mudhar.
– A bespoke bra created by Mischke Lingerie, a brand that specialise in beautiful handcrafted lingerie and accessories.
– A bra created by bespoke fashion designer Judy R Clark, the mastermind behind timeless designs with an innovative edge.
– An eye-catching bra created by the award-winning contemporary designer Hayley Scanlan.
Tennis coach Judy Murray, mother of British tennis star Andy, said: “I’ve had a lot of fun designing this tennis-themed bra for auction at Edinburgh Fashion Week and hope that it will not only raise even more money for Walk the Walk and The MoonWalk, but also help increase awareness for breast cancer.”
Meanwhile, the Bay City Rollers stated: “We’ve had the odd bra or two being thrown on stage over the years so it’s great to throw one back for such a great cause.”