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Gallery: Classy crowd are in vogue at Woodbridge School fashion show

12:30 14 March 2014

Woodbridge School students took part in the annual fundraising fashion show. Photos by Sadie Windscheffel.

Woodbridge School students took part in the annual fundraising fashion show. Photos by Sadie Windscheffel.


Stylish students strutted down the catwalk to raise more than £4,000 for charity.


Sixth formers from Woodbridge School hit the runway for the annual fashion show.

On display were styles from local shops including Coes, Déjà vu, Fanny and Frank, Anna and Laura Jane.

Looks were perfected with hair designs from Woodbridge’s Just Hair and makeup by former pupil and beauty expert Laura Dodd.

The organising skills of student committee members Marie Averyanova, Olivia Edwards and Alice Smith ensured the event was an outstanding success, raising £4,122 for the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust.

Nicki Carter, head of sixth form, called the event “truly remarkable” and thanked everyone who lent support.



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