St Albans Girls School pupils help clothing designer, Euphemia Sydney-Davies, at London showcase

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Pupils help clothing designer at London showcase Pupils help clothing designer at London showcase

Pupils from a St Albans school got the chance to assist a former pupil at the official launch of her own clothes collection in London.

Year 13 St Albans Girls School students Poppy Nash, Monica Federici, Kitty Robson and Sophie Tyres were on hand to help Euphemia Sydney-Davies, former school pupil in 2004 and 2006, when she showcased her high fashion ready to wear collection a 'Different Art Gallery' in the West End last week.

Poppy Nash, head girl at the Sandridgebury Lane school, said: "We were all very excited to be able to work alongside such a talented designer.

"It was an amazing experience and we learnt so much about the many different facets of the fashion industry."


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