In March we were treated to an amazingly creative Charity Fashion Show in aid of UNICEF. 

From Ari and Scarlett, show organisers:

‘We’ve been working on this project for around six months and it has been worth every second. We came up with this idea as we wanted to do something we loved while supporting a charity that is close to our hearts. We are so glad that so many people wanted to join in, and we hope it was as wonderful a night for everyone watching as it was for all of us who were involved.

Every single collection was so amazing that it’s hard to choose what to write about. One of the highlights of the evening was of Lydia’s wonderful collection which was inspired by the elements. The pieces were incredibly high quality and the design was flawless. Her two pieces were modelled by Lily and Conchi, who were incredible on stage, and really brought the pieces to life.

The two fantastic collections from younger pupils were inspired by The Little Mermaid and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The first collection modelled to under the sea and they had so much fun designing and modelling their T-shirts. They made their very own wings for their second collection, decorating them with an array of ribbons and laces. The collections were beautiful and creative, and everyone put their own personality into their design.

Coco, Kara, and Maria made two collections that were absolutely phenomenal. The first collection, by Coco and Kara, was inspired by ancient female warriors, bringing a feminist twist to the classical style, channelling strength and unity in their performance. The second collection, designed by all three was inspired by woodlands and the mythical creatures that dwell inside.

The Greek Goddess collection made by Scarlett was absolutely stunning and consisted of dresses based on the Greek Goddesses Aphrodite, Persephone, Hecate and Hera. These gorgeous creations were beautifully modelled by Oliwia, Leonora, Madeleine along with Scarlett herself.

In our Fashion Show we also had a dance section. All our dancers were incredible and we thank them so much for taking part. In this section we had Edith and Gladys doing pointe solos and two group dances by Pui Yin, Chloe and Scarlett. I think all these performers truly mesmerised the audience as the dances were outstanding.

A big thank you to Roksanna for presenting with me (Ari), thank you for all those who came and supported us as it is greatly appreciated, and thank you for supporting such a good cause.’

Pictures from the evening will be published in due course.