West Tamar Arts Group’s Fashion Parade event where resurrected and come back fashions, with Paper Clothing And Felt Fashion will be exhibited at Windsor Park, Riverside on July 21.
Francis Graham ostentatiously puts to view a piece of outfit that will make appearance at the forthcoming fashion parade. Images through: Paul Scambler
Vintage outfit to be incarcerated with the accompanying by artist Frances Graham, who happens to be one of the three artist that will take part in the West Tamar Arts Group’s Fashion Parade in support of Plastic Free July.
She has decided to wake old cloths from their slumber and rebreathe them into new mode of fashion as we all know before that nothing dies off the realm but revolves around the real with rule of time, she said ““I have always loved fashion and fabrics,”
Amongst one of the pieces that Graham has decided to put across for showoff is a wedding dress made by British Designer Norman Hartnell, a versatile and veteran designer who has been profiled to have also designed clothing for Queen Elizabeth.
The other artists who featuring on the fashion show includes Carol Anne Morrison, who made garments from felt,
and Stephanie Reynolds, who works with paper to make dresses, the activities at the parade will make afternoon tea and door prizes plus a raffle inclusive, And afterwards the funds derived form the event will directed to the group’s major event Artentwine.
The fashion parade comes up on July 21 at 2pm, at Windsor Park, Riverside. Tickets are to be sold at $20, available at the Windsor Centre or email [email protected]