A host of musicians including singer Emeli Sandé, Alesha Dixon and One Direction signed and decorated bras to raise money for the Scottish Spina Bifida Association.
And former Miss Scotland Nieve Jennings dressed down with a feathery outfit to support the cause.
The bras were auctioned at the annual 'Ladies who give an F* Lunch', part of the Gordon Ramsay, F is for Fundraising Appeal.
The event, hosted by ITV1's interior designer, John Amabile, was held at Glasgow's Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Over the past five years, the lunch has raised more than £100,000 for the SSBA.
The charity supports people affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus in Scotland.
Among those at the lunch was Dr Margo Whiteford, former Evening Times Scotswoman of the Year, who suffers from spina bifida and who persuaded Ramsay to be patron of the charity.
John Amabile, host and SSBA Ambassador said: "I have hosted all the SSBA Ladies Lunches, and they just get better and better."