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Above: Records Fashion School Uganda 1,3,5 Look 2 / 2,4,6 Look 1

Students from Records Fashion School Uganda have come together to create a micro collection in honour of a classmate who sadly departed from life on 16th/09/2022 in a hit and run car accident on her way home from school.

The group of students worked collaboratively on the looks in remembrance of Deborah Uwera, who was in her first year of studies.

The First look, made by Nabayaza Sheilah, Nakyanzi Stellah and Nyafwono Christin Judith, also celebrates Uwera’s passion for colour. The top features brown detailing that represents torn skin while tattered details allude to the after effects of the hit-and-run.

The Second look, created by Mugenyi Florence Kembabazi, Serumaga John, Nakigudde Harriet Joan and Namatovu Joy takes into account the late Uwera’s personality, the horror of her death and the emotions felt by her grieving mother. The look features a top, jacket and skirt in bright colours, however the jacket is broken and deconstructed, depicting the car accident and a life not fully complete.

To see the tributes to Uwera visit the Records Fashion School Uganda instagram

Image credits: Second look Model @anitahwataka Photographer @mugumegrace / First look model @swabrahnakakande photographer @mugumegrace

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Above: Records Fashion School Uganda 1,3,5 Look 2 / 2,4,6 Look 1

Students from Records Fashion School Uganda have come together to create a micro collection in honour of a classmate who sadly departed from life on 16th/09/2022 in a hit and run car accident on her way home from school.

The group of students worked collaboratively on the looks in remembrance of Deborah Uwera, who was in her first year of studies.

The First look, made by Nabayaza Sheilah, Nakyanzi Stellah and Nyafwono Christin Judith, also celebrates Uwera’s passion for colour. The top features brown detailing that represents torn skin while tattered details allude to the after effects of the hit-and-run.

The Second look, created by Mugenyi Florence Kembabazi, Serumaga John, Nakigudde Harriet Joan and Namatovu Joy takes into account the late Uwera’s personality, the horror of her death and the emotions felt by her grieving mother. The look features a top, jacket and skirt in bright colours, however the jacket is broken and deconstructed, depicting the car accident and a life not fully complete.

To see the tributes to Uwera visit the Records Fashion School Uganda instagram

Image credits: Second look Model @anitahwataka Photographer @mugumegrace / First look model @swabrahnakakande photographer @mugumegrace

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