Nonstop 80s fashion show

Nonstop Adventure celebrated Hot Dog Day earlier this month by holding a charity auction of 80s skiwear and raised $1,770 for the Emily Brydon Foundation.

Ski instructor Axelle Caucanas works the crowd in some colourful 80s skiwear.

Nonstop Adventure celebrated Hot Dog Day earlier this month by holding a charity auction of 80s skiwear and raised $1,770 for the Emily Brydon Foundation.

The Nonstop participants, who have spent the season training to be ski and snowboard instructors, modelled the clothes for fellow instructors, who bid on them.

“The auction was a great success and the Nonstoppers really got in the charity spirit raising an incredible $1,770 for the Emily Brydon Foundation,” said organizer Adam Guilfoyle. “A big thank you goes out to everyone who bid and donated money and of course the glamorous models!

“As the stock of one-pieces, tight trousers and bright jackets grows, Nonstop hopes to make it a real community event with anyone and everyone attending from Fernie.”

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