From left: Ethen Miller, Erin Plank, Madi Jacobson, and Rhiannon Terpstra showcase a collection of formal wear from RW&Co at last Sunday’s KSS Grad Fashion Show at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre. (Kelsey McLean photos)

PHOTOS: KSS students stroll the runway during annual fashion show

Funds raised go toward 2019 prom and Dry Grad events

The Kwalikum Secondary School Grad Fashion Show gave the class of 2019 the opportunity to work the runway Sunday night. It was an evening to showcase spring, summer and athletic fashions from businesses from Qualicum Beach to Nanaimo.

Paired with a concession, silent auction, raffle and more, all the proceeds raised throughout the evening go towards the KSS 2019 prom and Dry Grad.

– Kelsey McLean/For the PQB News

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