On Tuesday 18th June NHC level 3 fashion students showcased a range of their final year pieces on the catwalk in the Fragments Fashion Show.
The Church of St. Andrew and St. George in Stevenage provided a dramatic backdrop for the event where looks inspired by the Romeo and Juliet ballet and the national army museum were modelled.
Briony Marston, head of creative and performing arts said: “I am incredibly proud of all students and staff involved in the event. The show was professional and well-received; giving our Fashion students the opportunity to share their innovative designs in the magnificent setting of St. Andrew & St. George’s Church in Stevenage. It was a pleasure to be a part of the Stevenage Festival and to work alongside Stevenage Music Centre’s youth steelpan trio.”
Level 3 Year 2 fashion student, Aliyah Cooper, who’ll be progressing on to study at the Wimbledon College of Arts said: “The venue was stunning and I loved that it was part of Stevenage Festival. A brilliant way to showcase everyone’s work!”
Level 3 Year 2 fashion student, Rachel Richmond, who’ll be progressing on to study at the University of Creative Arts said: “It was an amazing experience. The show was very well organised and the venue was perfect for the show.
The event was attended by the Mayor of Stevenage, Simon Speller, Hilary Spiers, chairman of the Stevenage Arts Guild, members of the fashion faculty at the University of Hertfordshire, family and friends of the students.
At the end of the show there was a presentation to award Elena Ward – Level 3 Year 1 fashion student award and, Aliyah Cooper – Level 3 Year 2 fashion student award, for their outstanding work and achievements throughout the year.
Aliyah Cooper, Brooke Jarmain, Cynthia Ezeokoli, Courtney Spicer, Chloe Oyetunde, Eleana Ward, Elirose Fergie-Campbell, Ellie Wilson, Ella Noble, Ellen Harrington, Emma Canfield, Georgia Knight, Maddie Rodgers, Mya Morris, Naomi Wilkinson, Nick Harper, Jessica Terziyska, Jessie Pietersz, Julia Agba, KeQuan Wei, Ruby Corder, Ryan Nugent, Rachel Richmond, Rena French, Sarah Hopkins and, Vivian Kuria.
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