The event is the College's annual extravaganza of all things creative.
It allows Highbury's art, design, fashion, floristry and digital media students show off their work on one evening.
Sector Lead in Media & Creative Technologies Kara Hall said: "It was an amazing evening that resulted in some students being offered internships and work experience opportunities. It took a huge amount of work by both staff and students and demonstrated not only their incredible talent but also the passion and pride of our students. They were so excited to showcase their work, which everyone agreed, was a very high standard. We have the most passionate, talented and professional students and we are immensely proud of them. Planning has already started for next year’s event which is set to be bigger and better than ever!"
The work produced by the students was also judged by special guests the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Cllr Lee Mason, Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner Jo McNamara, New Theatre Royal Costume Designer Naomi Gibbs and former visual merchandising manager for Debenhams, Portsmouth Tracey Cleeve.