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Kwantlen fashion grads dazzle audiences

Models strutted a Richmond runway Thursday wearing designs created by graduating students from Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s fashion program.

River Rock Show Theatre hosted The Show April 24—three professionally-produced shows that dazzled audiences with 37 fashion lines.

Fashions included items for men, women, children and tweens. Audiences saw lingerie, loungewear, beachwear and outerwear, along with fashion for motorcyclists and people who use wheelchairs.

B.C. Minister of Children and Family Development Stephanie Cadieux was among the models. The minister, who uses a wheelchair, wore an outfit from Kaylyn MacKenzie’s YOU line of adaptive apparel for women.

Students organized the event, along with Kwantlen faculty, staff and industry experts.

 

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