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Graduating class 2018 of Asian International School presents PULS8


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It’s going to be an evening of chic fashion and trendy designs as the graduating class of AIS hit the runway and present a fashion show with a difference. The event titled PULS8 Feel The Beat will be held on 5 December at the Kings Court Cinnamon Lakeside.

Latest fashions and exotic finishes will be showcased by the aspiring models of AIS class of 2018.

This high octane evening of inspiring design is being choreographed by Rashmin Sappideen. Funds raised from this show will be donated to charity.

Tickets are available at Gerard Mendis Chocolatier and at Asian International School which can be contacted on 0775568686. 

 


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