A fashion extravaganza took place at Ballykisteen Hotel for the Bansha N.S. fashion show recently.
The show began with the youngest models of the night, the delightful pupils from Bansha N.S., with a fabulous display of clothes. The young school models took to the catwalk with confidence wearing a collection of clothes both casual and formal wear including communion style from Julie’s Boutique in Tipp.
Past pupils professional models Edel Hickey and Laura Moloney joined our very own Bansha Pride of Tipperary, Donna Ann Breen on the catwalk alongside a great number of willing mammies, daddies and members of staff to model some beautiful designs from showcasing shops.
The show ended in spectacular style with a live auction of Ireland rugby star Denis Leamy’s signed Irish jersey from his six nations match against Italy in 2011. Best dressed Lady went to Marie Maloney (Principal of Knockany N.S and Best dressed young lady was awarded to the very stylish Alannah Hartnett, pupil of Bansha N.S.
“All monies raised from the night will be used to enhance literacy and numeracy resources in the school,” explained Principal Cliodhna Breen. “It’s been a great night and everyone has done well.”
The fashion show committee of Bansha N.S. would like to thank all of our shops, sponsors, exhibitors and models that contributed so generously to making our night a huge success. First Editions, En Paris, Daverns, Corcra, Villa, Cinderella, O Raheillys Sports, Mister Mister, McMahons footwear and Ger Hennessy Hats and Fascinators.
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