CREATIVE students put on an impressive event at a Basingstoke college.
Those graduating from the textile and fashion courses at Basingstoke College of Technology (BCoT), in Worting Road, showcased the work they had produced throughout the year on a catwalk.
Items included weave, knit and printed fabrics, which had been transformed by the students into some daring and extravagant designs. The show was watched by friends, family, staff and fellow students who were invited to view an exhibition of the students' work, before watching the catwalk show.
For some students, the event was the culmination of a three-year course. There was also an art exhibition created by students taking courses in art and design, which was admired by visitors to the show.
Natalie Jameson, programme manager in the creative arts and technologies department, said: “Every year, learners work incredibly hard to produce their final pieces which reflect what they have learned during their time here at BCoT.
“The whole team are incredibly proud of the journey they have all taken to reach their full potential.”
*All the pictures taken at this event, published and unpublished, can be viewed and purchased through basingstokegazette.co.uk/photosales