Fashion Show 2017

Volt Club successfully fused Fashion and Charity to promote Education

The African Needle’ was a fashion show organised to raise funds to purchase resources for Government Senior secondary School Takoa bay. Students from CIS, Maryanne college and GSSS who are interested in fashion designing were mentored by some of the best designers in Nigeria . Lanre da silver, Exclamation by Tomi Rotimi, Asyian by Ansa okorafor, Karen by Ivie, Delavi couture Stella byll-Duncan, Breeze36 urban By babatunde afolabi, Stitches palace by Ekundayo Olayinka, Touche by Deni oderinde, and Yakubu Adamu. The students drew their own designs, the cloths were made and auctioned at the event on the Friday the 23rd of June, 2017.

 

 

 

The combination of talent and innovation was adopted by students of Children’s International School (CIS) to combine Fashion and Charity at the red carpet event. The student designers from CIS, Government Senior Secondary School Takwa Bay and Maryanne College, demonstrated skills in fashion designing, professionalism and creativity. Every design was impeccably modelled by CIS students, who took the time and effort from their busy schedules and academic commitments, to volunteer for this good cause

Blushingirl Tools, also added color to the event as they perfectly groomed the student-models for the runway. The models mentored and trained by Tomisin Ariyo, exuded excellent gait and confidence, as they walked the run-way to the admiration of the guests and parents.

At the end of the event, the students recorded huge sales from the auction of their designs as their faces held expressions of satisfaction from the realization that their goal of supplying educational resources to one of the identified schools requiring support through this Fashion Show drive, will be achieved.

Volt Club aims at providing support to promote a platform of adequate knowledge transfer to the students of Government Senior Secondary School Takwa Bay – a school on a remote island with minimal amenities. The support from Volt Club includes but not limited to the provision of primary power supply a generator for the staff quarters; desk top computers; and the employment of a Computer Science teacher for the academic year. A volt club hero award was presented to the 7 teachers in the school. They were also presented with food stuff and a plaque.

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