Ballycastle designer is a ‘runway’ success

Cathryn Bartolovic,  a first year degree student from Ballycastle with her daughters Eva and Ana. inbm24-15 kma
Cathryn Bartolovic, a first year degree student from Ballycastle with her daughters Eva and Ana. inbm24-15 kma

Over 50 fashion students from Belfast Metropolitan College showcased their designs at the annual end of year Fashion Show, which took place in the Great Hall of Parliament Buildings at Stormont - and one Ballycastle woman proved her designs were a ‘runway’ hit.

Cathryn Bartolovic, a 1st year degree student from Ballycastle, was singled out by Ken Nolan as a student to watch due to her choice of fabric and her use of trimmings, so that she completed a shirt which was finished to a very high standard.

The fashion staff have high hopes for Cathryn and are looking forward to seeing more of her work in the remaining two years of her degree.

Cathryn’s two daughers, Iva and Ana, opened the show with an impressive Irish dancing performance, wearing Irish dancing costumes which their mum Cathryn had made for them especially for the occasion.

Cathryn and her two daughters played an important role in the success of the overall fashion show event.