Fashion Show Benefit

Students Take Part in Logis Rose-Virginie Fashion Show Benefit

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December 11, 2018

For the second year in a row, Inter-Dec College and LaSalle College students have volunteered their time and skills in support of the Logis Rose-Virginie Fashion Show.

The Logis Rose-Virginie is an organization and shelter that provides help to women struggling with mental health, addiction or homelessness issues.

Each year, the Fondation Logis Rose Virginie holds a great fashion show to raise money. Several Quebec celebrities and well-known figures took part in the event.

Those who walked the runway had their hair and makeup done by Inter-Dec College's Beauty School students.


The students also did the hair and makeup for the guests who had been helped by the Logis Rose Virginie organization. The latter were extremely grateful for the students’ help, and the students were inspired as well. 

For their part, LaSalle College's Fashion Design students provided many of the pieces that were showcased on the runway.

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