I hosted a fashion show in the main hall of St Cuthbert Mayne School on the 3rd December.
The idea of the event was to showcase styles that I had put together from charity shop finds and highlight to students the trends that can be created for small amounts of money.
It went really well and I enjoyed it. It proved a point, because most of the students who watched the show thought that the models were wearing high street clothes when they were actually wearing charity shop items.
To accompany my campaign, I also created bookmarks with the help of Fixers for the young people to take away with them.
The show was attended by approximately 100 students who left some really positive feedback. You can read some of these comments below:
'You couldn't tell the difference between the styles. It proves that you can look nice no matter how much you spend.'
'It was interesting to see that you can buy clothes from a charity shop that still look like high street quality.'
'It shocked us! It was very well done and interesting to watch.'
'It was a good cause and it definitely proved something.'
Scroll down to see photos from the event.
Lead Fixer Katy (centre) poses with models at the event.
The audience waits by the runway for the show to begin.
The models showcase the charity shop styles.
Lead Fixer Katy Gaye is happy with the show's success.