Malt for EaHH Event

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.:MALT:. Lorelei Vest - Pink Twist

EaHH 100% Donation Item.

As an Australian designer living abroad, I am delighted that MALT can take part in this fabulous event to help friends and family, along with many other Australians back home, who have been directly affected by the recent floods.

“Lorelei” is a gorgeous cropped vest, that features frilled edge trimmings and string bead detailing. Complete with scripted alpha components; you can wear the vest with or without the shoulder frills, bead strings, or  tied/untided. These 3 colors are exclusively made for EaHH Charity event with 100% of the sales going to assist those affected by the Floods in Queensland, Australia. TP to the Event Hall

.:MALT:. Lorelei Vest - Being Blue
.:MALT:. Lorelei Vest - Pink Twist
.:MALT:. Lorelei Vest - Just Green

About the Event

TP to the Event Hall

Extend a Helping Hand is an event put together by Sanura Sakai to raise funds for the Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal. The aim is to provide support and assistance to those Queenslanders affected by the recent massive flooding. She started organizing the event when it hit her home-town, and on the very first day of the market itself, it swept through her own city. 75% of Queensland, at the time of writing this, has been declared a disaster zone. Many have lost their homes, and some have even lost their lives.

To read more about the Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal, to which all funds raised by this event will go, please visit You can also donate directly, if you so desire, through the information provided on that site.

To provide complete transparency to this process, transaction history for all donations will be provided at the close of the event at Kat Johnston is the real life name of Sanura Sakai, who will be running the event.

Other Items in Main Poster:
Malt Capri Lace Tights – Noir
Malt Gilli Bead Belt – Charcoal
Hair:  Exile Leslie/marble
Skin: [FC] Goli//SmokeyPale/FhangCandy

One Response to "Malt for EaHH Event"
  1. jenny says:

    Fantastic! your vests are stunning and I hope you sell heaps to help the families back here in Australia.

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