Norwich School pupils model all the latest looks at fashion show

Norwich School fashion show at OPEN, Norwich. Clothes from Taxi Vintage, Norwich Market. Picture: AN

Norwich School fashion show at OPEN, Norwich. Clothes from Taxi Vintage, Norwich Market. Picture: ANTONY KELLY. - Credit: Archant

Young people have been modelling the latest looks at an evening packed full of fashion, music and dance.

Norwich School fashion show at OPEN, Norwich. Clothes from Taxi Vintage, Norwich Market.Picture: ANT

Norwich School fashion show at OPEN, Norwich. Clothes from Taxi Vintage, Norwich Market.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

The Norwich School Fashion Show - part of this year's Young Norfolk Arts Festival - took place at OPEN in Norwich on Thursday night.

The show was organised by Norwich School pupils Georgie Randon, Soph Cullens, Mimi Stannard and Ruth Willmott, and about 100 pupils were involved.

Georgie said: 'It was so much fun and all the models did so well. It was a really worthwhile experience and amazing to be a part of - my highlight was definitely the seeing all the teachers on the catwalk.'

Clothes were modelled from Dogfish, Catfish, Taxi Vintage, Jarrold, Finch and Seven Wolves.


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Norwich School pupil Alice Cary showcased her own fashion collection, and EACH t-shirts were also featured in the show along with t-shirts designed by pupil Will MacDonald.

The fashion show raised more than £1,000 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices' the nook appeal, which is raising funds to build a new children's hospice near Norwich.

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The Young Norfolk Arts Festival runs until July 10.

For more information about all the events taking place visit www.ynaf.org.uk

Do you have a Norwich arts story? Email arts correspondent Emma Knights at emma.knights@archant.co.uk

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