Since its inauguration in 2003, with the support of Sir Sean Connery and Dr. Geoffrey Scott Carroll, the “From Scotland with Love” benefit (previously referred to as “Dressed To Kilt”) has grown into the premiere Scottish themed event in the city—perhaps the country—not that Scottish runway shows are commonplace. A kick-off for Tartan Week for over the years, notable Scots have donned their ancestral clan’s tartans and paraded down the catwalk to the taunts of many a drunken laddie and lass. Personalities such as Mike Myers, Sir Connery, rocker Joan Jett, Kyle MacLachlan, Kiefer Sutherland, Chris Noth, Andie MacDowell and Alan Cumming have graced the stage to raise funds for the charity.
For its 10th anniversary spectacle, “From Scotland with Love” benefited The Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that supports American soldiers returning home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as Cash for Kids, which benefits children living in poverty across Glasgow and Scotland. Read More