Meet the models appearing in the Newcastle RAG fashion show 2018: The boys
It’s happening on Thursday
Newcastle's charity fashion show will return on Thursday in the SU to raise money for Friends of Conservation, Women for Women International, Coppafeel and Oddballs.
The event kicks off with welcome drinks from 7pm and general tickets can be bought online for £6 or with a goody bag for £8. RAG are also teaming up with Newcastle's Fashion Society.
Fashion show organisers say the event will be filled with "the finest modelling talent on campus with walks from top brands, live music and entertainment, drinks deals, goody bags." Brands such as Topshop, Topman, Lipsy and Doc Marten will be featured.
Coordinator El Clements told The Tab Newcastle: "I never anticipated quite how much is needed to put a show like this together but it has been a huge amount of fun. Its been five months since we started working on it and with the hard work and assistance of our team we’ve managed to pull off something amazing."
Look forward to glitter, food stalls and nail painting. Now, let's meet the models…
Adam Itrakjy, second year, Zoology
In the words of Ru-paul, the queen of drag "If you can't love yourself, how in the hell you gonna love somebody else?!"
Cameron Cutts, first year (third year at Newcastle), Urban Planning
The first time I did the fashion show was because I was trying to graft with a girl and it's now three years later and she's my ex…so it worked.
Farhath Reimareon, first year, Computer Science
To represent all the slim thick bois.
Iftikhar Ahmad, third year, Bio-med
I need a constant supply of validation.
Kenny Drummond, second year, Philosophy
Decided to say yes to any opportunity after a grim first year.
Lucky Mohamed, second year, Politics and Sociology
I got into modelling because I want to raise awareness about pizza gate.
Mark Umerah, third year, Biomedical Science
I wanted something big and bold to do and thought it could be fun!
Matt Frears, masters, International Political Economy
I was invited along to fill the quotas for tall and old people.
Michael Huang, second year, Architecture
Someone dragged me along to the audition last year promising free cake and here I am! (food is life still tho).
Robert Smid, masters, Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship
At first it was out of curiosity, but then I saw it as an opportunity to try something new that was out of my comfort zone.
Sam Parker, fourth year, International Business Management
I needed an incentive to go gym and look trim.
Tom Bryant, third year, Zoology
I took part in the fashion show last year and absolutely loved the experience, so I definitely knew I wanted to be a model again this year.
Yannick Thompson, third year, Zoology
I like glitter and baby oil.