A teenage fashion designer from Framlingham with a passion for sustainable style has taken her designs to the catwalk.

Poppy McEwan, 15, hosted her first fashion show at Framlingham College, where she is a student.

Studying her GCSEs, including textiles, Poppy is pursuing her passion for fashion with the creation of he own brand, McEwan Fashion.

She wanted to host the event to raise awareness for both her brand, but also to ensure people consider their fashion buying habits and sustainable fashion.

East Anglian Daily Times: Poppy's full collection on the catwalkPoppy's full collection on the catwalk (Image: Framlingham College)

She said: "It started when I was young.

My grandma introduced me to it, and then I met someone who helped me get started and showed me how to make clothes and that grew my confidence in making and designing. It also introduced me to more sustainable fashion and upcycling clothes.

"Sustainable fashion is so important. The clothes I make, I tend to go to charity shops and take clothes apart and remake out of that.

East Anglian Daily Times: Poppy McEwanPoppy McEwan (Image: Framlingham College)

"You can really make something brilliant out of items bought from a charity shop and upcycle them."

Poppy has said that she takes inspiration from the fashion Lady Gaga wears.

The fashion show took place on March 21, with tickets selling out fast for the show.

East Anglian Daily Times: Poppy's finale dressPoppy's finale dress (Image: Framlingham College)

It featured a catwalk runway, with items made by both Poppy and her fellow pupils, and it also featured runway collections from local businesses.

Poppy continued: "The college has been brilliant. They have been a huge help and gave me a boost for the event."

The 15-year-old has said that in the future, she would like to continue to grow her fashion brand and hopes she can make big impacts with messages behind the fashion.

East Anglian Daily Times: The fashion show was held on March 21The fashion show was held on March 21 (Image: Framlingham College)

She said: "It would be great to send an obvious messages on red carpets, to help more people know about sustainable fashion."

To see more of her styles, click here.