Seven netball superstars have come together as the faces of Ketz-ke's All Stars Anniversary Collection to benefit The Tania Dalton Foundation.
The collection is modelled by former SIlver Ferns and current netball players including Jenny-May Clarkson, Adine Wilson, Anna Harrison, Bernadine Oliver-Kerby, Bernice Mene, Jamie Hume and 18-year-old Tania Dalton Foundation scholarship recipient, Vika Koloto.
Ketz-ke wanted to mark their 15 year milestone by championing hero styles of collections gone whilst also supporting The Tania Dalton Foundation - a charity that's close to heart.
Jenny Drury - the founder of Ketz-ke always finds a way to support the Foundation every year as Dalton was a dear friend of Drury's.
"Given the impact of COVID-19 on the charitable sector, we dreamt up the All Stars concept to bring together some of Tania's best friends and budding young sportswomen to get dressed up, have fun on set and ultimately celebrate the initiative that makes a real difference for up and coming talent," explained Drury.
The collection features the most loved pieces from the past 15 years - as chosen by Ketz-ke customers. Alongside this, the collection will also feature two limited-edition Tania Dalton Foundation t-shirts, where the proceeds will go to the Foundation to support its various initiatives.
"Coming together with this awesome squad of women to support the Foundation and pay homage to our friend was really special – and having rising star Vika involved hammered home the importance of the work we are doing to support young sportswomen to reach their full potential," stated Bernice Mene, Former Silver Ferns Captain and Trustee of the Tania Dalton Foundation.
Each of the players donated their time to be a part of this extraordinary shoot - and in return, the would-be cost of hiring models for the shoot was donated to the Foundation.