THEY want to look flash and raise cash and support people with autism and their families.

The charity Anna Kennedy Online is hosting Wear It For Autism at The Vinyl Factory, in London, on September 10.

After a top-to-toe makeover, a lucky few will take to the catwalk in front of family, friends and guests. Tickets cost £25 each and include a goody bag.

The idea behind Wear It For Autism was to spoil those who usually never get a chance to treat or even think of themselves, said charity founder Anna.

Living with autism can be challenging and extremely demanding, so we wanted to create a special event that would be fun for all involved, as well as raise vital funds to campaign for the rights of those with this disability.

The show is sponsored by Littlewoods, Pineapple Performing Arts, Mac Make-up, Miglio Jewellery, Mahogany Hair and others, and among the celebrities expected to attend are Gail Porter, Joe Swash and The X Factor finalist Kitty Brucknell.

To book tickets, email