On Monday 1st February, Loughborough Students’ Union will be transformed into a fashion wonderland for the first time ever. The union will be filled with market stalls from every hall on campus selling stash specifically designed for the show, whilst raising money for charities. The event also hosts an array of entertainment from AU Dance, Tzarina Payton-Cooper, Tom Alderman, LSU Global and a catwalk show performed by Loughborough’s own hall chairs.
The event runs from 7pm to 9pm at Loughborough Students’ Union and is the ultimate opportunity to celebrate forty years of LSU. The theme of the show is ‘Trends of Decades’ starting with in the 1970s and running all the way up until 2010.
Each hall stash rep has designed three items of stash that are to be presented and sold at the event on Monday. The charities involved are: Teenage Cancer Trust, Cancer Research UK, Mind, The Loughborough Homeless Shelter, Age UK, Breast Cancer Now, Epilepsy Society, St John’s Ambulance, Unicef, Great Ormond Street, North Air Ambulance, Macmillan, Action for Children and Help for Heroes.