Graduation ceremonies and events are just around the corner as the 2016-2017 school year is slowly coming to a close.

Each year, Kindersley Composite School (KCS) hosts a fashion show in the gymnasium to help raise proceeds for their year-end graduation activities.

The event is truly an occasion which brings the community together. Local clothing stores donate outfits for the show which are displayed on the runway by students, teachers, parents, and children.

And the show was definitely not short of support from the community.

The gymnasium was packed with parents, grandparents, siblings, and friends to cheer on and applaud the models for this year's show. Attendees had the opportunity to bid on a number of items donated by community businesses and families through the silent auction. All the proceeds from the auction, admission, and desserts will go towards the 2017 graduates.

Take a look at the photo gallery below and decide which model had the best 'Blue Steel' pose at the 2017 KCS Grad Fashion Show.


Tory Lahey (left) and Gracie Georget (right) showing off clothing from Kraz E Threads.

Braxon Vanthuyne was cool, calm, and collected on the runway.

Damon McKenzie made a statement by rolling in on a longboard with flashing wheels.

Graduates Jesse Jamieson (left) and Kyle Bosch (right) displaying their Peavey Mart gear.

Dylan Francis is reinventing fashion for 2017.

Damian Reiter used props to his advantage by matching his 'lumberjack look' with an axe.

Warehouse One clothing on display courtesy of models Brooklyn Reiss, McKenzie Reiss, Jensyn Kennedy, and Wendy Kennedy.

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Desiree Thompson (left) and her mother Celene Thompson (right) with Labelle Boutique fashion.

Deb Holland (left) and Jen Ginther (right) cross paths on the runway.

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Big Valley Sales models Kimberley Sawatski (left), Nolan Young (middle), and Joe Young (right).

Joe Young can't help but be a romantic on the runway. He picks a flower from the stage and hands it to an audience member on his way backstage.


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The audience looks on as Camryn Nutley (left) and Emma Radomske (right) take centre stage.

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Danielle Jamieson was comfortable while presenting yoga clothing.

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Luxe Style Lounge models Hannah Knight (left) and Mercedes Prior (right) lighting up the runway.

The gymnasium was absolutely packed for this year's fashion show.



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