Fashion Academy Wows With A Stunning Virtual Show
As a fabulous finale to the end of the school year, Princethorpe College hosted its very first fashion show, and it was a fantastic affair.
Featuring four collections, Trash Fashion, Tie-Dye, Upcycle and Gold, Teacher of Design and Technology (Textiles), Miranda Porter and her team of fashionistas really wowed their virtual audience.
Fashion Academy has been a new co-curricular club for the College this year, with pupils meeting on Thursday evening to explore techniques, develop designs and make garments. Pupils from Year 7 and Year 8 have enjoyed the opportunity to create and transform clothing into exciting, new, on trend styles.
Many of the club attendees also took part in a full day workshop on Activities Day, designing and making a stunning garment in ‘Gold’ in just one day.
The Fashion Show was rehearsed and recorded on Tuesday morning and then streamed to the whole school as part of the final assembly of the school year. Our new young designers debuted their pieces in style in a slick and stunning spectacle.
Mrs Porter, commented, "I am so proud of everyone, they all worked so hard to bring the show together and it was simply amazing."
Fashion Academy has been a sensational success and will be returning as a co-curricular club next year, this time for pupils Year 7 to Year 10.