Lincoln College Open Day
09 November, 2019 – 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Learners from hairdressing courses at both Lincoln and Newark colleges glammed up gals and guys for the Waterside Shopping Centre’s charity fashion show that took place on Wednesday 25th September.
A mixture of Level 3 hairdressing students and apprentices buffed up the barnets of models taking part in the show.
The Colleges have also been involved with previous catwalk shows including Lincoln Fashion Week.
The event is the second charity fashion show to be organised by the Waterside Centre in aid of St Barnabas, with last year’s show raising over £1,000 for the Charity – with organisers hoping to surpass that total this year.
This year’s event not only featured big name brands including Topshop/Topman, H&M, New Look and Sketchers, but players from Lincoln City Football Club also took to the catwalk along with staff and volunteers from St Barnabas Hospice.
Lincoln College apprentice Trinity Pudney said: “It’s such a great opportunity to be working on a fashion show like this.
“The experience has taught me how to work under pressure to strict deadlines and the fact that it’s for charity makes it really rewarding.
“It adds to the experience of working life that I’ve already gained while at college studying my apprenticeship.”
All of the profits from the night will be donated to St Barnabas, which give free, high-quality, compassionate, end-of-life care and support to more than 100,000 Lincolnshire people.
If you’re interested in studying hairdressing at Lincoln or Newark colleges you can find out more here.