Young stake claim to future of fashion
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."
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