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A group of ethical fashion designers from Wellington travelled to Londonderry over the weekend to participate in the regional final of the Bank of Ireland’s Junk Kouture competition. A model from each group walked the ‘recycled’ catwalk and we couldn’t be prouder of how far they progressed!

Mrs Morton, Head of Art said ‘while our pupils didn’t win, they were the youngest in the final and held their own in a very mature and competitive environment. We were so proud of them all! We also had a really interesting city tour to see the famous Bogside murals and where Cecil Alexander wrote All things Bright and Beautiful.’

Thank you to those of you who voted for Hanging in the Stars (Holly Bradfield, Keira Ticcioni and Harvey Gooding-Hill), Techno Telepathy (Ella Snowden, Ruby Capon and Amy Cecchini) and The Eco Warrior (Mhairi Chalmers, Heather Houghton and Elouisa Cairns).[/vc_column_text]

View the photos here

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