Grads showcase latest fashion trends

Mark Isfeld Secondary grads will showcase the latest in fashion trends at their fashion show Nov. 4 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Isfeld gym.

ISFELD GRADUATING STUDENTS Sarah Cooper and Richard Girard model for Monday's Raiders of the Lost Pyramid fashion show.

Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School graduating students will showcase the latest in fashion trends at their annual fashion show Nov. 4 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Isfeld gym.

This year’s event theme is Raiders of the Lost Pyramid and the evening will have audience members feeling like they are part of an Egyptian adventure.

Over 20 local stores from around the Comox Valley are participating by providing trendy fashions for the students to showcase. During the evening, individuals can support the Grad 2014 group by buying raffle tickets, and purchasing tasty treats.

The entrance to the event will be transformed into an Egyptian marketplace.

Doors open at 6 p.m. so come early to get a good seat. Tickets can be purchased directly from the school or at the door on event night for $5 each.

— Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School

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