St Andrews University Charity Fashion Show 2012

St Andrew’s University Charity Fashion Show 2012 reaches its 20th Anniversary,McIntyres are to style the hair for the legendary event. St Andrew’s University Fashion Show is the longest running and largest of its kind in the UK and has the ability to reach beyond most campuses into the fashion world’s elite, attracting collections that excite even the higher echelons in the fickle industry and inspire a new generation of young designers – with a fabulous competition to win the Alfa Romeo Young Designer Award.

Hailed by The Sunday Times as a fixture of Scotland’s social calendar, the prestige and past success of the FS shows has attracted international attention and acclaim. This has enabled STAFS to gain the support of highly esteemed sponsors, designers and supporters. In the past 10 years, over £180,000 has been raised for a variety of worthwhile charities.

Now entering its 20th year, the St Andrews Charity Fashion Show is a professionally run and high achieving student organisation, which is passionate about both fundraising and fashion. It is currently the largest student-run charity fashion show in the UK.

St Andrews Charity Fashion Show draws local and national media attention, including Vogue, Marie Claire, Tatler, The Sunday Times, Fashion Babylon, LDN Fashion, Verge Magazine and many more.

5 designers are to be shortlist on the catwalk and a winner of the Alfa Romeo Young Designer of the Year will win
£1000 cash

The opportunity to design a fashion line, worth £500, in support of our chosen charity: The Muir Maxwell Trust

Exclusive feature and spread in The FS Magazine, with over 7,000 online readers
The 2011 judging panel included the PPQ design duo, Amy Molyneaux & Percy Parker, as well as Britain’s Next Top Model Winner, Alex Evans.

St Andrews Charity Fashion show is considered by Vogue as “A key event on Scotland’s social calendar with the aim of giving young talent a platform”.

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