A catwalk show displayed the work of the first graduates of the Creative Space, a free fashion school initiative in Beirut. (Hasan Shaaban/The Daily Star)
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A crowd of Beirut's creative community congregated Wednesday for the first graduate fashion show of Creative Space, a free fashion school for those with talent but without the means to pay for expensive higher education. The four graduates displayed a series of 42 looks in a catwalk show at Beirut's Dar El-Nimer for Arts and Culture in Clemenceau to a throng of designers, artists and media.The coveted three-year program at CSB only accepts four or five students per year, and provides an opportunity for those with the desire to become a designer but who are not able to afford the increasingly high costs of many established universities and schools.The students have sold some 200 couture pieces and exhibited work across the region from Beirut to Kuwait.
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