Exeter fashion show to raise money for UNICEF

Exeter fashion show to raise money for UNICEF

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Exeter Fashion Society are holding a fashion show in collaboration with UNICEF on campus to raise money for the children’s charity. The event is taking place on the 5th March in the Great Hall on campus starting at 7pm and finishing at 9.30pm.

The forty models will be walking the runway in the following four themes; spring, minimalist, evening wear and sustainable fashion.  The evening wear will model dresses, party wear and suits for the guys while the spring theme will focus on floral prints, pastel colours and ruffles. You can expect neutral colours and clean-cut tailoring for the minimalist theme. Finally, the sustainable fashion theme is being fully sponsored by Sancho’s Dress with all the pieces organic and fairtrade.

Zoe Stanley, Creative Director of Exeter Fashion Society told Exeposé:

“It’s the fashion society’s biggest event of the year and with sponsorship from Propercorn and Soap and Glory, and various student performances from university students, we’re confident the event will live up to everyone’s expectations!”

The event aims to showcase the latest fashions, including local and independent designers from Exeter like Sancho’s Dress alongside “a bigger focus on sustainable fashion than in previous years’.

The show will also feature other acts including  acoustic performers Asaelia Aleeza and Andrew Chan, Dance Society and more.

Tickets are available from Exeter Fashion Society and are £8 for members and £10 for non-members. Complimentary drink and free goodies are included in the price.

Event details can be found on Facebook.
All proceeds from the event will go to UNICEF.

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