A round up of all the best looks at the Edinburgh Charity Fashion Show 2019
The Light is Coming
Another year, another fashion show. This year, ECFS hosted another knock out lineup of models and designers in aid of mental health charity Penumbra with their show entitled "Solstice".
While the designs were undoubtedly amazing, we got down in the crowd with you wonderful guests to find out who the *real* best dressed were this year. While it was almost impossible to narrow down our list, here's our round up of the most stylish students to hit Edinburgh last night.
Ella, History, 2nd Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? I borrowed it!
Lilley, English Lit and History, 4th Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? Moon beam chic
Hannah, History of Art, 4th Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? Fluffy and fun
Christopher, Economics and Finance, 2nd Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? Bold, Punchy, Casual
Oliver, History, 4th Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? Suave and respectable
Aisling, Fine Art, 4th Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? Warm, funky, noir
Alisha, Biological Sciences, 4th Year, and Freddie, Physics, Masters
Sum up your outfits in three words?
Freddie: Preppy chic
Jason, International Business, 2nd Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? Scottish, whimsical, fresh
Flossie, History of Art, 4th Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? Maximalist, exotic, clashing
Wami, Philosophy, 3rd Year
Sum up your outfit in three words? Minimal, colour pop
Follow the ECFS event page on Facebook to stay up to date with how the money raised will be used, and to check out the official pictures from the night.
You may also like
The Jeremy Kyle Show was nothing more than exploitative poverty porn – thank god it’s finally cancelled
Humiliating someone’s private life for entertainment is just wrong
The decision comes following public outrage against the project
Eat, Sleep, Rave, Regret, Repeat
Free gin, old shoes and Paxman: We interviewed Edi’s University Challenge victor and all round icon Robbie Campbell Hewson
He’s become a Twitter sensation
He established two charities and has raised over £44,000 to fight local inequality