Glitz, glamour, gowns and goodwill at the Modern Masquerade

News Page 29th May 2018

Fashion Marketing students from the University of Northampton staged a memorable event in one of Northampton’s most popular nightspots.

The Modern Masquerade, a charity fashion show held at Borjia nightclub, showcased a mixture of modern street fashion and classical elegant collections. Visitors to the sold out event were also treated to live music, a cocktail reception and could take part in a charity raffle.

The event, now in its eighth year, was devised and organised by BA Fashion Marketing students in aid of the Northampton Children’s Cancer Trust.

Mollie Treacy, second year Fashion Marketing student and co-organiser of the event, said: “The show was a huge success, we raised £1700 in total and it was great to see months of hard work come to life.

“Everything from the models, clothing, capital, event location, advertising and ticket sales has been sourced by us. This was a real group effort and an invaluable real-life fashion marketing experience”

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