Cambridge University Charity Fashion Show
On Friday 13th February for the first time in its extraordinary history, the University of Cambridge hosted their very first Fashion Show in aid of Cambridge House, the injustice of poverty charity based in Camberwell.
The event was a spectacular platform for both students and brands, offering a fantastic breadth of talent from the institution steeped with tradition and diversity. The show spun off in a whirl of fast paced dancers rallying the aweing audience onto the edge of their seats. After a string of home name brands including Jack Wills and Mulberry, the G & T fuelled interval put everyone at ease to prepare for the grand finale of Beaufort & Blake.
Under the fitting anthem of Bakermat’s ‘Teach Me’ eight models donning patterned dress shirts and exquisitely tied bow ties took the crowd by storm with smooth moves and good looks. Matched up with the girls in Pepe Jeans for the finale, the catwalk celebration hinted towards future memories for the unforgettable May Ball season. In the authoritative words of the Show’s creator - boys, you know where to go…