STUDENTS from Brighton and Hove High School strutted their stuff on the catwalk to raise money for important causes both at home and abroad.

The annual show is in its tenth year, and Students from every year group took part wearing clothes from high street stores as well those made by the African Sewing Club, adding a real splash of colour to the event.

The sewing club is an initiative funded by social enterprise organisation yRico, who support at-risk women in Rwanda.

Founder of the yRico, Viv Mugunga, said all the students who took part “deserve a big trophy” for putting on such as successful show.

This year’s event, which included a pop up eco-clothing shop and an auction of donated prizes, raised £1500, which will be split between yRico and Echo, a UK based charity who help babies born with congenital heart conditions.