Inspired by J.C. Le Roux Scintilla

The showstopper at the Danielle Margaux Spring/Summer 2014/2015 fashion show presented by the Sunflower Fund in association with The House of J.C. Le Roux, has been designed exclusively for current Miss South Africa , Rolene Strauss, as a glamourous rendition of the flagship Méthode Cap Classique, Scintilla.
 
Flaunting the grace and elegance of its Cap Classique muse, the dazzling Scintilla gown will be the highlight of the sold out charity fashion show to be held at La Montagne in Bishopscourt on Saturday, 27 September 2014.
 
The Scintilla dress is the latest design collaboration between Stellenbosch based Danielle and The House of J.C. Le Roux, the world class Méthode Cap Classique destination in nearby Devon Valley, after teaming up at this year’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Cape Town.
 
For Danielle’s Spring/Summer 2014/2015 collection, Rolene will be joined by former Miss SAs and local celebrities all wearing Danielle’s latest Spring/Summer designs.
 
The event aims to raise funds and create awareness for patients suffering from leukaemia. Danielle’s show will pay tribute to a woman of a bygone era, where simple pleasures of the past have now become the luxuries of the present. Her love for luxurious fabrics, attention to detail and finishes, has led the collection in a direction that boasts an array of rich textures, intricate pleats and beautiful drapes.
 
Fashionistas attending the show will be spoiled with a gourmet three course lunch paired to perfection with the range of ultra-elegant J.C. Le Roux Cap Classiques.
 
Taking centre stage with the main course will be the acclaimed prestige cuvée, Scintilla 2008.  Created for the connoisseur in a modish dark bottle, this graceful flagship evokes an air of elegance, beauty and sophistication representing one of life’s finer pleasures. This exceptional Cap Classique will be joined by J.C. Le Roux Brut, J.C. Le Roux Pinot Noir 2009 and the blushing J.C. Le Roux Pinot Noir Rosé 2009.
 
Every J.C. Le Roux Cap Classique is crafted in the time honoured French tradition whereby the delicate bubbles are created and captured in the bottle during a process of secondary fermentation. South African bubblies made in this way are known as Méthode Cap Classique, as only the French version may be called champagne.

For more information on The Sunflower Fund visit www.sunflowerfund.org.za.
 
For more information on Danielle Margaux’s designs, visit www.daniellemargaux.co.za, www.facebook.com/DanielleMargaux and follow her on Twitter @DanielleMargaux.
 
Be part of the J.C. Le Roux conversation and visit www.jcleroux.co.za, www.facebook/com/HouseofJCLeRoux or follow @JCLeRoux on Twitter.

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