RSPCA hit out at goldfish
But while the show is famous for pushing bounda hollister clothing ries, the animal charity hollister clothing claims they have gone a step too far this time.
An RSPCA spokeswoman said: “While we understand that a graduate fashion show is about grabbing attention and headlines, we do have concerns that using a living creature to create a novel or hollister clothing unusual accessory encourages people to see them as replaceable ornaments, rather than living creatures in need of care and commitment.”
Course director Willie Walters told the: “When Cassandra Verity Green first said that she would like to use her goldfish in the bags the subject was discussed at length to ensure that the fish would be comfortable.”
They hollister clothing were brought to the show in their usual bowls, and placed into them and fed between catwalk runs, she added.
But whilst they may have won her applause, the designs did not win Miss Green any prizes. Japanese student Mao Usami was named Young Designer of the Year for her collection of loungewear basics including oversized teddy bear jumpers.