Glasgow University Charity Fashion Show is gearing up for its biggest event to date in support of Glasgow's Women's Aid. 

The student-run organisation has raised over £85,000 for various charities in the past 6 years. 

This year's show, set to take place on February 21 and 22, is titled INBLOOM and will celebrate the under-represented and "ostracised". 

With one in four women experiencing domestic abuse in their lifetime, this local charity works to support women, children and young people affected in Glasgow. 

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Susan Jack from Glasgow Women’s Aid said: "Glasgow Women’s Aid were delighted to be nominated by GUCFS as their charity of choice, 2019-20.

"We would like to extend our gratitude to all those involved in GUCFS.

"Their hard work will make a significant difference to women and children experiencing domestic abuse."

Last year the event raised £34,130 for the Simon Community Scotland

President of the organisation, Beth O'Shea, said: "The show this year is about allowing those who feel ostracised and excluded to draw upon their inner strength and resilience in the face of adversity.

"Domestic abuse is a taboo subject, and those who experience it can feel isolated.

"Glasgow Women’s Aid allow for a safe space and offer non-judgmental services for those suffering from domestic abuse.

"GUCFS is proud to be raising funds and awareness for such an amazing cause."

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Standard tickets went on sale on January 27 and are being sold for £29 HERE

The first release tickets sold out in a record-breaking two minutes. 

The 2020 show will take place at the SWG3. 

Headline sponsor of the event, property management firm BOHO, has helped the students realise this year's event. 

Managing director of the firm, Christine Young, said: “We are thrilled to be supporting GUCFS and Glasgow Women’s Aid in what is looking to be the biggest show to date.

"It has been a pleasure to work with the students, their dedication, organisation and attention to detail is incredible and we can’t wait to see it all come together.”