Fashion students from Lymm High School Sixth Form showcased their final collections with a stylish end of year show.
The students, from the Sixth Form’s BTEC Level 3 Fashion and Clothing Diploma, have been working hard all year and displayed their best catwalk designs in front of a packed audience in the school’s Main Hall.
The show featured catwalk models recruited from students in all years. A wide range of clothes were modelled on the catwalk inspired by their own chosen theme, such as riots and anarchy, fusion cultures and Portuguese architecture. All of the models and designers worked in a professional manner and the event was an enormous success!
Year 13 BTEC Level 3 Fashion student, Alice Beckett, commented, “The fashion show was a perfect end to an amazing two years on the course.”
Fellow student, Alfie Chambers, who recently received an offer from the prestigious London College of Fashion, added, “Seeing my final year work on the catwalk made me really proud and I cannot wait to see what the future brings.”
The show was watched by an audience including, headteacher Mr Gwyn Williams, Lymm High School staff, students, family members and friends, and representatives from Universities also popped along to support the show.
Course Leader for BTEC Level 3 Fashion, Rachael Doherty, was full of praise for all the students, “The fashion students 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 BA Honours courses in the UK and they all deserve every success!”
The Fashion show was an end of year graduate show organised by the school’s creative arts department, which was open to the public on Wednesday 3rd May, from 7pm.
Anyone interested in joining a creative course at the Sixth Form can find more information on our Art, Design, Fashion and Photography courses page on the school’s website.