Students shine at fashion awards

GLAMOUROUS: Chevalier College students at the State Finals Tyla Venish with model Abby Duff, Emily Gladwin with model Grace Osgerby, Jen Murnane with model Nadya van Kruyssen, Mia Newton with model Lily Lema, Megan O’Hea, Kashish Sharma, and Jacqueline Connell.
GLAMOUROUS: Chevalier College students at the State Finals Tyla Venish with model Abby Duff, Emily Gladwin with model Grace Osgerby, Jen Murnane with model Nadya van Kruyssen, Mia Newton with model Lily Lema, Megan O’Hea, Kashish Sharma, and Jacqueline Connell.

CHEVALIER College has much to be proud of with their Year 10 Textiles students.

In September, six of our Textiles students and models competed in the Apex Teenage Fashion Awards State Finals at the Whitehouse Design School in Sydney.

All of the students were wonderful ambassadors for the College.

Tyla Venish and her model Abby Duff won first place in Formal Wear, and Jacqueline Connell was placed second in Formal Wear.

Tyla also received the Technical Award for best construction.

Megan O’Hea was awarded second place in Casual Wear and Emily Gladwin received the Encouragement Award for her Amazon inspired garment, modelled by Grace Osgerby.

Tyla, Abby, Jacqui and Megan each won an all expenses paid trip to Melbourne to compete in the Nationals, representing NSW.

The Nationals, held October 25, were a showcase of the talent of our young designers and the future of the industry, which is in very creative hands.

Although NSW did not place, we are very proud of our Chevalier students who have come away from this amazing experience, very inspired to pursue their love of textiles.

Enrolment spaces are still available for students entering Year 7 in 2015.

For enrolments and fees assistance information contact Jenni Woods on 02 4861 0524 or email enrolments@chevalier.nsw.edu.au.

FRIENDS: Megan O’Hea, Tyla Venish, Abby Duff and Jacqueline Connell at the National Awards.

FRIENDS: Megan O’Hea, Tyla Venish, Abby Duff and Jacqueline Connell at the National Awards.

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