FASHION'S future stars were given the chance to show off their talent at a high-profile catwalk show.
The annual Glasgow School of Art (GSA) fashion show saw third year students unveil the collections they have worked on for months.
A total of 12 fashion design and 25 textile design students from as far away as China, Japan and Brazil each presented a mini collection featuring three outfits.
The catwalk shows were staged last night in The Art School - The GSA Student Association building in Scott Street - marking a return to the venue which has undergone refurbishment as part of the Reid Building development in Garnethill.
Lace was a major theme of the night while the young designers also explored the use and effects of colour, pattern and scale.
The different groups of textile students -print, knit, weave and embroidery - took inspiration from East and West Africa, Peru, Palestine and Romania.
The fashion design students also researched traditions of the Inuit people.