Former Framlingham College pupil, George Goodin, is taking international catwalks by storm in his role as a fashion model, appearing in shoots for high-end brands such as Prada and Valentino.

In the fashion industry, George is known as ‘Luard Fyson’, which are his middle names. He chose the names for his profession as he was told by his agency that the names were ‘more exotic’.

George’s fashion work has taken him all over the word, to Israel, China as well as Europe. He says he is privileged to work with such an amazing range of top designers, such as Prada, Stella McCartney, Craig Green and his own personal idol, Raf Simmons.

George told the East Anglian Daily Times: “I’ve been to pretty random places and I really enjoy it. It’s been invaluable and I have gotten so much out of it.

“I love the fashion industry and the brands I have worked with have been amazing. I’ve built up loads of contacts and I feel really lucky to be able to do what I do.”

Senior Deputy Head, Susan Wessels, who knows George from his time at Framlingham college, said: “It’s wonderful to see George pursuing his passion.”

George is the son of a local Suffolk Judge, David Goodin, who worked in the legal profession for more than four decades.

For more information, read the full write up, published in the East Anglian Daily Times – click here.

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