Stores from the Princes Mead shopping centre all contributed towards raising money as part of Guide Dogs Week
A fashion show held in Farnborough helped raise around £400 for charity.
Last weekend, stores in the Princes Mead shopping centre joined forces to showcase the latest trends from M&Co and Evans.
Other stores from the shopping centre also helped out, with models' hair being styled by Supercuts and make-up done by The Body Shop.
The event was supported by the local Weight Watchers club and was run in aid of the Farnborough Guide Dogs branch.
Neil Slade, branch organiser for Guide Dogs, said: "As part of Guide Dogs Week we've been putting on events across the county and the fashion show was just one of them.
"This year's Guide Dogs Week is set to be our best yet.
"We have a different theme each year and this year's is high visibility so we're asking people to stand out for guide dogs.
"We're aiming to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds across the week so we can set many more people with sight loss on the road to freedom."
The Guide Dogs branch had a stand at the shopping centre during the day - with four canine supporters including a 13-week old puppy, who took it in turns to take to the catwalk during two shows.
The stand sold the latest campaign badges during the fashion show and there were also collection boxes in a number of local businesses on the day.
Around £380 was raised along with getting offers to sponsor puppies and the recruitment of two volunteers.