Talented students unleashed their creative skills by organising and designing their very own fashion shoots to promote the fantastic vintage clothing available from PDSA charity stores.
Twelve students from The School of Art, Bournville, in Birmingham, were given the opportunity to create a stunning collection of images to showcase the items.
The students worked with staff at PDSA to select collections from a range of donated vintage stock, which included well known classic brands. PDSA has a number of stores with thriving vintage sections, but the charity also offers fashionistas the chance to snap upvintage goods through online sites such as ASOS.
For those of you that don’t know much about PDSA, it is a pet charity that provides free vet care to the sick and injured pets of people in need. The charity also promotes responsible pet ownership, and works hard to ensure all our pets are happy and healthy!
The images produced by the students are now being used by PDSA on its ASOS page to sell its vintage stock to help raise vital funds for the charity, so it can continue caring for poorly pets. To view the collection, please visit their ASOS page.
For more information about PDSA, please visit www.pdsa.org.uk