Join us for a night of fun and fashion as models walk down a catwalk dressed in high quality preloved outfits at our Preloved Fashion Show in aid of Helping Herts.

Tickets are now on sale online for the event on Friday 3 November from 7pm – 10pm at Rothamsted Conference Centre, Harpenden.

On the night you can:

  • See a curated collection of preloved outfits from Lou Murphy Styles’ boutique come alive in the Preloved Fashion Show
  • Pick up sustainable fashion and styling advice from Karen, Personal Stylist and Colour Analyst, from Style by KPA
  • Browse the pop-up shops in our “sustainable market”
  • Take part in a fabulous raffle
  • Enjoy a free glass of fizz too

The proceeds from the ticket sales and raffle tickets will go to Helping Herts who are fundraising on behalf of 12 children and young people’s charities across Hertfordshire. The 12 beneficiaries include: Coram Life Education, Herts Young Homeless, For Baby’s Sake, Herts Mind Network, Grove Cottage, Home-Start Herts, Phoenix Group for Deaf Children & Adults, PlaySkill, the Ollie Foundation, the NSPCC, CHEXS and Keech Hospice Care.

To find out more and purchase your ticket, please visit:

“We’re really excited about this event and are thrilled that Lou is helping us raise money for Helping Herts. The evening will be a great opportunity to update your wardrobe, whilst supporting children’s charities in Herts. There will be plenty of pre-loved clothes for sale and hopefully it will encourage more people to shop sustainably, especially when they see the quality and affordability of the items on offer!”

Sarah Clancy, Helping Herts

“I am really excited to show off my lovely collection of preloved clothes that will be modelled by some of my supportive customers, all in aid of a great charity that touches the lives of so many young people locally.  It’s going to be a fun night full of fashion ideas and styling tips, with a focus on how to dress and shop more sustainably.  I’m delighted that Karen from Style by KPA will also be sharing her styling expertise, and we’ll have a “sustainable market” involving other small local businesses too”

Lou Murphy