Over 200 pupils poured into the Great Hall in anticipation of this year’s Fenwick Fashion Show, and were justly rewarded with a very entertaining evening. The theme of this year’s catwalk extravaganza was ‘The Walk of Life’. Pupils from all Houses modelled for the show, dressed to represent different life landmarks such as the ‘First Day of School’, ‘Graduation’ and ‘Marriage’. The show also featured some teachers revisiting their youth in ‘High School Cliques’!
The Fashion Show raised money for two amazing charities – Great Ormond Street Hospital and Motor Sport for MS. Great Ormond Street Hospital provides leading care for over 40,000 children a year, as well as support for their families. Motor Sport for MS was set up by ex-motor sport instructor Noel Wilson in 2013 after his Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis. In total, the evening raised a fantastic £3,900, which will be equally split between both charities.
Well done to Fenwick’s Lower Sixth girls, who put so much time and effort into making the show a success. Thanks are also due to the 130 models who slayed the catwalk with such energy and enthusiasm, and to hosts Harvey and Keelin, who provided entertaining introductions to each runway, ensuring the evening flowed perfectly.