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BSB "Classic" Fashion Show 2017 - Update

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On the 23rd April, 2017, our BSB students organized a charity fashion show “Classic”.  It included a mini-market and 2 Fashion Shows, including one from RUI, and one showcasing original designs made by students. The mini-market provided free food and drinks for the audience to enjoy during the evening.

The whole fashion show was mainly organized by 5 students but many Year 13 students came to help.

We were able to raise approximately 10,000 RMB for the charity. Profit earned will be donated to “Project Seeway”, a charity in Tanzania that aids the education of local orphans. 

Update from: Maizie Li, Year 12 student

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