(From left) Maya Kindred, Tilly Pleace and Keeley Patch in some of the fashion that will be on display at the North Coast Institute of TAFE: Wollongbar Campus fashion show ’Strut’.
(From left) Maya Kindred, Tilly Pleace and Keeley Patch in some of the fashion that will be on display at the North Coast Institute of TAFE: Wollongbar Campus fashion show ’Strut’. Marc Stapelberg

Fashion graduates to strut their stuff

TAFE's graduating fashion design students will put their work on display at Lismore City Hall on Friday with doors opening at 6pm.

Tickets are $10 online or $15 at the door.

The runway show will feature the final works of the Diploma of Fashion Design and the Diploma of Costume Design courses, as well as some dynamic work from our entry level and ongoing students from Certificate III and IV of Applied Fashion Design and Technology.

The show is a must for anyone thinking of doing fashion next year or local fashionistas interested in the next wave of fashion designers from the Northern Rivers.



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