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A community of creative thinkers from Perth will join forces to help fight cancer.

Emma Bergmeier and Hannah McGrath from All of the Above Creative said their Remedy event would raise money for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

"In the wake of losing friends and family members to cancer we wanted to contribute to the search for a cure," Bergmeier said.

"We founded All of the Above Creative to celebrate and support WA's creative communities, so it was a no-brainer for us to dream up an event like Remedy - uniting artists, designers, photographers and other creative thinkers.

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"We're so thrilled that our favourite designers, artists and local businesses have jumped on board this new fundraising initiative."

Remedy would feature garments from WA fashion stars Garth Cook, Zsadar, Little Gracie, Peppermint Milk, On A Whim, Tindale, The Butcher and The Crow, Raspberry + Pop and Kim Barton, Bergmeier said.

"The runway show will also involve retailers Zara Bryson, Pigeonhole, Miss Brown Vintage and Betts and will incorporate a silent auction with designs featured going under the hammer as well as one-off artworks by exciting WA artists Andy Quilty, Pip McManus, Anya Brock and Sara Winfield," a spokeswoman for the event said.

Remedy will be held at 140 William in the CBD on Friday evening.

Tickets cost $20 and are available from All of the Above Creative and Pigeonhole.

For more details visit alloftheabovecreative.com/remedy/.

The West Australian

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