Transition Year students at Scoil Bhríde Mercy Secondary School in Tuam have won the national Junk Kouture award for 2021.
It's a fashion competition for secondary school students where participants design, create and model their fashions made from recycled items.
There were 40 designs to choose from, and the public voted for their favourite recycled couture design.
The winning students - Nia Lydon, Beibhinn Gleeson and Katelyn Boyle - with the help of their art teacher Lisa Browne created a showstopping dress and head piece by reusing hundreds of cable ties and broken phone charger leads.
"Gold Cobra" was the name of their design, and the Tuam students received almost 150,000 online audience votes over the last 10 days.
They were announced as national winners of the competition live on 2FM yesterday.
The Mercy school has thanked everyone in the Tuam area and beyond who voted for their design.