On Sunday night Dean Close’s Bacon Theatre turned into a fantastic catwalk for the Fashion Show in aid of the Pied Piper Appeal. Retailers from Cheltenham’s Regent Street including Trapeze, Horace Barton, Feva and Cavendish House provided a wealth of stunning outfits which were confidently modelled by pupils and staff from the School. They were also joined by Phil Vickery, modelling his own range from Raging Bull, and Miss Cheltenham who was donned in her tiara. Outfits included Skiwear from Horace Barton, beautiful sequinned dresses from the Dynasty Range from Feva. Feva also gave our female teachers day dresses to model. Trapeze gave the teenage edge with trendy jeans and shirts whilst Cavendish House supplied Ted Baker handbags & scarves for the girls and Fred Perry man bags for the boys with caps and beanies. The models were accompanied by tracks from Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk, Amy Winehouse – Valerie and LMFAO – Sexy and I know it. All the outfits were topped off beautifully with hair by the Guild.

The auditorium was packed with an enthusiastic audience which cheered and clapped loudly to welcome the models on stage. The evening raised approximately £1800 and was a huge success.