The Inspiration Fashion Show

The Inspiration Fashion Show

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While the music was playing, beautiful and handsome models walked from backstage, dressed in modern clothes designed by graduated and studying students at Raffles International College.

This was the “Inspiration Fashion Show”, an event organised by Raffles International College at the Plantation Hotel on September 21.

Tan Teck Leng, director at Raffles International College, said that the event’s purpose was to promote and display the achievements of Raffles students including those studying fashion design, interior design, multimedia, graphic design and other majors.

Teck Leng said job opportunities for graduates of his college were fantastic.

For example, fashion designers are in demand because nowadays everyone cares a great deal about the way they dress.

Since shop and business construction is booming, more interior designers are in demand, and the same goes for the number of companies seeking graphic designers for their advertisements and artwork.

Ngeth Sengthai, education consultant and the organiser of the event, said it was the first fashion event held by Raffles in Cambodia and the number of people who attended, more than 300, had exceeded his expectations.

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