Politics, freedom and high fashion at this year's Cambridge University Charity Fashion Show
Students taking part in an annual fashion show at Cambridge University took to the catwalk demonstrating clothes created by some of the industry's top designers.
University of Cambridge students at their fashion show. Picture:Geoff Robinson Photography
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A dozen designers, including such well-known names as D&G, Nike, Alaia and Dirty South, provided the outfits for 23 men and women.
The university students paraded the designs in front of an audience of about 600 people at the Corn Exchange in Cambridge on March 14.
The fashion show, which had The Fabric of Politics as its theme this year, featured outfits such as a puffy voile dress with a face on the front and a space-themed pyjama suit.
The annual event was raising funds for A21 UK, an organisation dedicated to fighting human trafficking, bonded labour, forced labour, sexual exploitation and trafficking, involuntary domestic servitude and child soldiery across the world.
The fashion show was established in 2015, and CUCFS (Cambridge University Charity Fashion Show) describes itself as one of the largest philanthropic events across the UK.