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Malvern shines at arts and fashion shows

Avery Johnstone, 17, strides down the catwalk. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique. PHOTO: Phil Lameira

Avery Johnstone, 17, strides down the catwalk. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
PHOTO: Phil Lameira

 

Students at Malvern Collegiate took to the stage, concert hall and gallery for a fundraising fashion show on April 24 and a Spring Fling arts night on May 7.

See the slideshow below for more.

 

Malvern arts and fashion shows 2014

[img src=http://www.beachmetro.com/wp-content/flagallery/malvern-arts-and-fashion-shows-2014/thumbs/thumbs_malvernfashionshow-2686.jpg]1000Delano Ainsworth, 17, left, and Alex Mather, 16 show off their moves. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
Delano Ainsworth, 17, left, and Alex Mather, 16 show off their moves. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
[img src=http://www.beachmetro.com/wp-content/flagallery/malvern-arts-and-fashion-shows-2014/thumbs/thumbs_malvernfashionshow-2750.jpg]430Shea Kinney, 15, dances during her set. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
Shea Kinney, 15, dances during her set. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
[img src=http://www.beachmetro.com/wp-content/flagallery/malvern-arts-and-fashion-shows-2014/thumbs/thumbs_malvernfashionshow-2823.jpg]320Molly Sher, 18, and Luke Peters, 17, pose during their set. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
Molly Sher, 18, and Luke Peters, 17, pose during their set. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
[img src=http://www.beachmetro.com/wp-content/flagallery/malvern-arts-and-fashion-shows-2014/thumbs/thumbs_malvernfashionshow-2958.jpg]310Left to right, Mitch Wilson, 18, Adam Ammirato, 17, Keelan McManus, 18, Charlie Lupmanis, 17, and Ezra Chapman, 17. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
Left to right, Mitch Wilson, 18, Adam Ammirato, 17, Keelan McManus, 18, Charlie Lupmanis, 17, and Ezra Chapman, 17. It was a full house on April 24 at the Malvern Collegiate's auditorium. Malvern hosted its annual fashion show, À La Mode, which raises funds for Princess Margaret Hospital's Wig Salon and Accessories Boutique.
[img src=http://www.beachmetro.com/wp-content/flagallery/malvern-arts-and-fashion-shows-2014/thumbs/thumbs_malvern-arts-img_7335.jpg]310
Kendall Mar, a Grade 12 student, stands by portraits of her family – her mother, father, brother, and herself – during Malvern’s annual art show on May 7.
“I wanted to explore mind and psychology,” said Mar, who plans to study psychology after graduating. Mar chose a range of backing colours to see how they affect viewers’ emotions, and behind the paintings is a circuit board schematic that she drew and dotted with brain diagrams.
PHOTO: Andrew Hudson
[img src=http://www.beachmetro.com/wp-content/flagallery/malvern-arts-and-fashion-shows-2014/thumbs/thumbs_malvern-arts-img_7324.jpg]330Angelic art students show off the wings they designed for Malvern Collegiate'€™s recent production of The Laramie Project, a Moises Kaufman play about the 1998 murder of a gay university student in Laramie, Wyoming. At a peak moment in the play, angels form a "wall of peace" around a character based on the late anti-gay activist Fred Phelps. From the top row, left, are Grade 10 students Marie Khan, Chloe Lukas, and Shannon Webster Millward. Below are Emily Shabstove, Hilary Punchard, Julia Le Clair, Sarah Zamani, and Cheska Ching. PHOTO: Andrew Hudson
Angelic art students show off the wings they designed for Malvern Collegiate'€™s recent production of The Laramie Project, a Moises Kaufman play about the 1998 murder of a gay university student in Laramie, Wyoming. At a peak moment in the play, angels form a "wall of peace" around a character based on the late anti-gay activist Fred Phelps. From the top row, left, are Grade 10 students Marie Khan, Chloe Lukas, and Shannon Webster Millward. Below are Emily Shabstove, Hilary Punchard, Julia Le Clair, Sarah Zamani, and Cheska Ching. PHOTO: Andrew Hudson
[img src=http://www.beachmetro.com/wp-content/flagallery/malvern-arts-and-fashion-shows-2014/thumbs/thumbs_malvern-arts-img_7479.jpg]290Flutists in Malvern Collegiate's Grade 9 beginner band perform Sakura, a Japanese folk song, at the school's Spring Fling on May 7. The concert included eight performances by bands, choirs, and a string ensemble, with proceeds going to Malvern's music department.PHOTO: Andrew Hudson
Flutists in Malvern Collegiate's Grade 9 beginner band perform Sakura, a Japanese folk song, at the school's Spring Fling on May 7. The concert included eight performances by bands, choirs, and a string ensemble, with proceeds going to Malvern's music department.PHOTO: Andrew Hudson

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