A CHARITY fashion show has been held at a Huddersfield art gallery.
The North Light Art Gallery at Armitage Bridge hosted the event on Saturday in aid of the Home Start charity.
The organisation pays for community-based support groups to help families with young children.
The fashion show featured jackets, skirts, hats, bags and accessories modelled by members of Huddersfield School of Theatre Dance.
The items, which were for sale, were created from felt by 15 local people, who took part in workshops at the gallery.
They have worked with textile designer Sue Clay and felter Henry Morris to create the garments and accessories over the past five weeks.
The project was supported by Creative Keys, a European-funded scheme which helps community groups develop creative skills.
It is run by staff from Huddersfield Art Gallery, Creative Industries Development Agency, the Lawrence Batley Theatre and Kirklees Council.
Posters designed by Huddersfield schoolchildren for a competition were also on display at the gallery.
The winning design was announced during the fashion show.