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Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture is an all island competition for secondary school students which takes elements such as fashion, design, engineering and environmental sustainability and transforms them into a creative contest like no other.
Inspiring young designers in second level education to use everyday junk materials to create striking works of wearable art, the competition calls on all budding fashionistas to see if they have what it takes to be crowned King or Queen of the upcycled catwalk.
Hitting its ninth year running, Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture has already captivated over 24,000 students, 7,000 teachers and 100,000 audience members.
Borrisokane Community College has a couple of students with entries. See them below and vote for your favorites.
Below is Junk Kouture entry 'Ophelia' made by Hannah Coffey. You can vote everyday from today until Friday. Log into http://app.junkkouture.com Register and find Ophelia in the Southern Region section. Please share and encourage family and friends to vote.
Below is Junk Kouture entry 'Biometric' made by Leah Madden. You can vote everyday from today until Friday. Log into http://app.junkkouture.com Register and find Biometric in the Southern Region section. Please share and encourage family and friends to vote.
Thank you from Borrisokane Community College