Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 22 November 2014

Fashion is at cutting edge in City of Couture

A model brings wearable fashion to the catwalk  from the Southern Regional College during the Off the Cuff Fashion Show at the North West Regional College on Derry's Strand Road. The event was part of the College's Derry~Londonderry City of Culture celebrations. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 14.4.13
A model brings wearable fashion to the catwalk from the Southern Regional College during the Off the Cuff Fashion Show at the North West Regional College on Derry's Strand Road. The event was part of the College's Derry~Londonderry City of Culture celebrations.
A model brings wearable fashion to the catwalk from the South Eastern Regional College during the Off the Cuff Fashion Show at the North West Regional College on Derry's Strand Road. The event was part of the College's Derry~Londonderry City of Culture celebrations. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 14.4.13
A model brings wearable fashion to the catwalk from the Southern Regional College during the Off the Cuff Fashion Show at the North West Regional College on Derry's Strand Road. The event was part of the College's Derry~Londonderry City of Culture celebrations. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 14.4.13

A new wave of fashion designers from across Northern Ireland and beyond have gathered to showcase their wares on the catwalk.

The City of Culture became a city of couture as the North West Regional College played host to the Off The Cuff fashion show.

Packed audiences were treated to collections of creative designs at the studios of the Strand Road campus.

Around 60 young designers from Northern Ireland's six further education colleges battled it out for the top honours, along with students from Glasgow and Nuremberg in Germany.

The show lived up to its billing as the fashion highlight of Derry's 2013 celebrations, featuring a mixture of colour, festivity and glamour.

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