Young stake claim to fu­ture of fash­ion

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YOUNG mod­els rocked the Lon­don Fash­ion Week cat­walk for the first time.

The un­der 16s from the Fu­ture of Fash­ion Academy in Amer­sham mod­elled their own clothes at the renowned event.

The fash­ion stu­dents were the first group of un­der 16s to take their col­lec­tions to the pres­ti­gious Lon­don Fash­ion Week.

The founder of the academy, Deb­bie Wing­ham, is a fash­ion de­signer and cre­ated the world's most ex­pen­sive black dress in 2012.

She said: "It was amaz­ing to see, all of the stu­dents of the academy were very pro­fes­sional, they got changed very fast.

“Even though some of them are timid, they were throw­ing some amaz­ing poses, they were work­ing the run­way."

The clothes that the young fash­ion-lovers made were formed out of var­i­ous ma­te­ri­als, from ta­ble clothes to con­tem­po­rary fab­rics. CAT­WALK STAR: A young model at Lon­don Fash­ion Week 170 stu­dents of the The de­signer academy mod­elled their launched the academy clothes on day two of to in­spire chil­dren to Lon­don Fash­ion Week en­ter the world of at the Dorch­ester Ho­tel. fash­ion.

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