The Annual Grad Fashion Show takes place at Mark R. Isfeld Secondary on Nov. 18. More than 120 students are taking part. Supplied photo

The Annual Grad Fashion Show takes place at Mark R. Isfeld Secondary on Nov. 18. More than 120 students are taking part. Supplied photo

Don’t miss this year’s grad fashionistas in Courtenay

Isfeld Secondary hosts the Annual Grad Fashion Show on Nov. 18

The fashionistas of the Class of 2020 at Mark R. Isfeld Secondary have the perfect vision for their Annual Grad Fashion Show taking place Nov. 18. It’s a sight you won’t want to miss.

Themed 2020 Vision, the senior secondary students have been planning their annual fundraiser with more than 120 students involved on the catwalk or behind the scenes to ensure the audience is treated to an eye-catching show.

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Students will turn heads as they showcase the stylish apparel from more than 20 local clothing and sportswear retailers, promoting the quality and variety of fashion available here in the Comox Valley.

This popular event has entertained parents and community members for over a decade. Participants in the audience this year can play a role. All attendees are encouraged to wear black and white.

Tickets for the fashion show are $5 in advance (cash or debit), available for purchase at the Isfeld office (at 1551 Lerwick Rd.), or $7 cash only at the door. During the event, spectators can partake in a 50/50 draw and silent auction. An assortment of concession confectionaries and treats will be available for purchase. A portion of the proceeds will help support the Isfeld Dry Grad event at the end of the school year.

Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for a 7 p.m. show start. Come early. Seating is limited and will fill up fast. Wear your black and white.

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