Scots students create gown with Tunnock’s wrappers

The students have named their dress, modelled here by Megan, 'Sweet Dream'

The students have named their dress, modelled here by Megan, 'Sweet Dream'

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THREE students from Arran have made it to the final of the national Junk Kouture Scotland Event which takes place next Friday.

Megan Ingham, Gabrielle Allison and Katie Morrison impressed judges with their ball gown made from recycled caramel wafer and teacake wrappers.

Another entry called 'Flowers of Scotland' has also been inspired Scotland.

Another entry called 'Flowers of Scotland' has also been inspired Scotland.

Junk Kouture Scotland challenges secondary school pupils to create wearable art from materials that normally end up in the bin.

Designs will be showcased in a number of pop-up catwalks in Buchanan Galleries this weekend before the grand final at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall.

The competition will be judged by Louis Walsh, Sherri Scott of Forever Yours Betty, Jimmy Stephen Cran of Glasgow School of Art and Michael Galbraith, Junk Kouture’s honorary student judge.

Junk Kouture winner will bag themselves a number of prizes including £1,000 cash and red carpet tickets for a London Film Premier.

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