After the comedian’s departure, clothes for college was on with chequered shirts and skinny jeans for the guys and polka dot dresses teemed with leather jackets for the girls. After this brief college section, Heroes in Hiding (of Fade Street fame) played a halfhour- long set which is a bit more than you’d expect for a fashion show. Most interesting, however, was the Alexander McQueen runway show playing in thebackground.After another lengthy intermission, we had the festival section, with guys sporting big chunky military boots – the perfect alternative to wellies. The girls were wearing jodhpurs mixed with kitten heels and woolly jumpers to fend off the four seasons experienced during Oxegen. Throughout the night, the spring/summer trends were evident for the women’s clothes: romantic ballerina skirts and tops added elegance to certain looks. The whole section dedicated to seventiesinspired gear showed us the in trend crimped hair styles, belly tops and wide-legged trousers.By the end of the night, the audience’s reactions were mixed. While most agreed they loved the clothes and that the models worked well, they just wish there wasn’t that many gaps in between sections. While this is the UCD Fashion and Design Society’s first year and only their second fashion show, this was certainly a fantastic effort. And with the UCD Fashion Show in less than a month’s time, UCD FADS have definitely set the mark.