Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 December 2014

Unify Fashion Show 2014 - Belfast Met student showcases at Titanic Drawing offices

David Henderson and Melanie Bond
David Henderson and Melanie Bond
Akani by Diana Mukushi
Akani by Diana Mukushi
Akani by Diana Mukushi
Akani by Diana Mukushi
Akani by Diana Mukushi
Akani by Diana Mukushi
Belfast Met
Belfast Met
Belfast Met
Belfast Met
Belfast Met
Belfast Met
Belfast Met
Belfast Met
David Henderson and Melanie Bond
David Henderson and Melanie Bond
David Henderson and Melanie Bond
Jess Edlin
Jess Edlin
Jess Edlin
Jess Edlin
Jess Edlin
Joanne Salley wears David Henderson dress
Joanne Salley wears David Henderson dress
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
KAM by Kiera Ann Marie
Marie Claire Millinery
Marie Claire Millinery
Marie Claire Millinery
Marie Claire Millinery
Shauna Fey
Shauna Fay
Shauna Fey
Shauna Fay

Hundreds of guests packed out the Titanic Drawing Offices to catch sight of some of Northern Ireland’s leading design and creative talent at the Unify Fashion Show.

In support of the A21 campaign, a global campaign to end human trafficking, guests saw the latest bespoke creations from highly-acclaimed local designers including occasion wear from David Henderson, Shauna Fay, KAM by Kiera Ann Marie and A K A N I by Diana Mukushi as well as jewellery designers Alison McIlkenny of Rustic Dove Designs, Melanie Bond, Joanna Ritchie of Aura, and Stephanie Cheshire of B’Jewelled Bridal.

Milliner Marie Claire Ferguson, Kelly Black Bridal and costume designer MT Connolly put on show stopping runs.

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