Student models set to shine at Highland grad class fashion show

April 20 at the Highland Secondary gymnasium

Highland Secondary’s graduating class of 2015 will present its annual fashion show April 20 at 7 p.m., at the Highland Secondary gymnasium.

This year’s theme is “Casino Royale.”  In addition to the very suave James Bond look, expect to see the latest casual, trendy and dressy fashion choices from the Valley’s most popular clothiers.  Over 50 models will strut the catwalk showcasing a stylish and at times eclectic mix of free form ensembles that should appeal to a wide range of fashion tastes.

The grads and parents will be hosting a concession and the graduating class will also be raffling off baskets.

All are welcome to attend.  Tickets are only $5 each and are available from the school, at the door, or at the Laughing Oyster Book Store and Trousers both located on 5th Street. Proceeds will go toward the dry grad celebration.

 

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