STUDENTS at Lymm High School have thrown their own fashion week to showcase designs as colourful and creative as anything you might see in the pages of magazines.

Sixth form pupils studying for their BTEC in fashion and clothing had the opportunity to see their outfits brought to life on the catwalk after working hard all year on their designs.

The popular show took place in the school’s main hall, which was set up with a real front row for Lymm’s fashion royalty, and each designer’s logo projected onto the stage.

Brave models from different classes volunteered to wear the innovative outfits and the pupils drew inspiration from diverse themes including riots, anarchy, fusion cultures and Portuguese architecture.

Year 13 student Alice Beckett, said she loved the experience, adding: “The fashion show was a perfect end to an amazing two years on the course.”

And Alfie Chambers, who is all set to continue his studies at the London College of Fashion, said: “Seeing my final year work on the catwalk made me really proud.

“I cannot wait to see what the future brings.”

Family, friends and staff from universities also enjoyed the show and praised the students for their professional work ethic.

Fashion course leader Rachael Doherty was delighted with her students’ success and said: “They delivered an excellent show of all their incredible work and it is inspiring to see such dedicated and highly creative students emerge once again from Lymm High School.

“The second year students will continue their studies on some of the most prestigious university courses in the UK and they all deserve every success.”

Year 12 students also had the chance to see their clothes on the catwalk at the event, which took place on May 3.

Earlier this year four Lymm High pupils were offered places to study at the second best fashion university in the world, the London College of Fashion, on the merits of their portfolios.

The youngsters’ work impressed the judges so much that they were invited to interviews at the college.

Lymm High launched its popular fashion and clothing course for sixth form students in 2014 after identifying a lack of design courses in the north west.Read more at:formal gowns | evening dresses australia

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