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The WellChild Awards took place on Monday night at the Dorchester Hotel in London. The event saw a large host of celebrities supporting the night’s achievements, which aims to commend the inspirational stories of health professionals and seriously ill children. Soprano singer Natalie Coyle attended, wearing a Sanyukta Shrestha evening dress from the upcoming Summer 2017 collection.
WellChild is a national charity that funds research, support and social policy progress into child health issues. The charity was set up in 1977 and was originally named ‘Kidney’, with a focus into paediatric kidney conditions. Over the years they have expanded their mission to help all child illnesses, offering emotional and practical support to patients, their families and health care professionals, as well as funding research and influencing the future of health, education and social care policies. The WellChild Awards night is hosted by the Patron HRH Prince Harry, who is proud to fund and endorse the organisation year on year.
‘Once again I was lucky to witness at first hand the remarkable difference that WellChild makes, when I attended the Well Child Awards last September. I was privileged to spend time with the young people, their families and the outstanding health professionals honoured at last year’s event. I came away profoundly moved by the experience.’ -Patron HRH Prince Harry
Newlywed, Natalie Coyle stunned on the purple carpet of this exclusive and inspirational event, alongside husband Zafar Rushdie. She wore a bespoke evening gown from Sanyukta Shrestha’s upcoming 2017 Autumn|Winter evening wear collection. The dress features a sheer black top with exquisite hand embroidered detail, and a tiered skirt made with silk chiffon and bamboo that has been ethically sourced and handmade in Nepal.
We think that Natalie looked absolutely gorgeous, and we’re so happy that she chose a Sanyukta Shrestha gown to wear to this event. As an incredibly talented and popular singer, Natalie does a lot of special performances in the hospitals that care for these inspirational children and medical professionals, as well as her career as a host singer at Wembley Stadium. It is fitting to our brand and the support that we give to the children of Nepal, through providing skilled work for marginalised women, particularly single and impoverished single mothers. Child welfare is very close to our hearts and is thoroughly considered in a wider context when creating a fairly traded supply chain.
Sanyukta Shrestha continues to support child welfare through her ethical approach to manufacturing. Valued clients, such as Natalie, help to support our ethical practice- looking and feeling fabulous in doing so!