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Preview: B&FC Tropics Skincare Fundraiser

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On Monday 14 October, Fashion and Costume students at Blackpool and The Fylde College are hosting a Tropics Skincare party in order to raise money for their final collection exhibition in fashion capital, London.  Each year the students exhibit at both Manchester and London and these are students who are winning awards locally, nationally and internationally on a regular basis.  Obviously, getting an exhibition down to London costs money and that’s why they are teaming up with Tropics Skincare to make the show a success.

Tropics Skincare have makeup, skin care and body care ranges. All of their products are derived from natural origins and are 100% vegan. There is a £1 charge on the door and raffle tickets will be on sale for £2 with half of the money raised going towards the exhibition. A lucky winner will be drawn on the night and win £100 worth of Tropics Cosmetics products. On the night there will also be a separate raffle in which one winner will win a full skin care gift set. There will be nibbles and drinks served on the night too.

Please show your support for the Fashion and Costume students.  The event starts at 6.30pm and takes place at All Saints Church Hall on Park Road, Blackpool.  If you’re interested in finding out what the Fashion and Costume department is up to, follow them on Twitter.

 

Cover designs by Yasmin Nyahoe.  Inset designs by Joe Booth.  Images courtesy of Beth Alderson.

 

 

  • 17 year old student at Blackpool Sixth Form, interested in fashion and music.

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