Rosie the GoGoDragon! is the star of the catwalk at Norwich fashion show
She is one of 84 dragons soon to take to Norwich’s streets in the GoGoDragons! charity art trail which starts Sunday and is organised by children’s charity Break and Wild in Art. Rosie is sponsored by The Cottage Hair and Beauty and was unveiled at a fashion show put on by the salon at Norwich High School for Girls.
Illona Clark, the artist who designed Rosie, said: “The Cottage Hair and Beauty wanted a dragon that would represent both strength and femininity. The name Rosie is a reference to the famous 1940s We Can Do It! propaganda poster, the aim of which was to inspire women to take part in war work, undertaking tasks and professions previously discouraged or unheard of for women.
“Rosie wears overalls and the classic 1940s polka dot headscarf. She’s a dragon ready to get her claws dirty without losing a hint of glamour.”
BBC presenters Susie Fowler-Watt and Sara Thornton compered the event which showcased fashion from Aluna J, Ginger, Hatters, Prima Donna and Catfish. Visit www.gogodragons.co.uk