An evening of precise models and high style awaits because the Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising packages at Mercer County Community College (MCCC) present their annual Fashion Showcase and Runway Show. MCCC’s Trenton Hall at the James Kerney Campus (JKC) will mild up with glamour on Friday, May 3, starting at 6:30 p.M.
Thirteen designers will present their fashion lines. Designers include students Ashley Alvarez, Amir Black (a Trenton high faculty senior), Icyss Bracewell, Aysha Choudhry, Gianelle Herrera, Jaiden Hines, Alithini Karnavas, Christian Mendez, Cierra Scura, Khoi Tran, Kylela White,,Sheron Williams, and teacher Beth Dubrow.
Hosted by way of the MCCC Fashion Club and overseen by using Fashion Program Coordinator Katina Lindsay, the designers will feature three designs of their collections: a shirt and skirt, a dress, and a styled item of clothing. Each has selected a subject matter so one can be meditated in their collection. Models consist of buddies, own family and fellow students.
Fashion Merchandising college students can be chargeable for event logistics, which include planning and executing all components of the show. Second-year vending students will create a store the front window featuring the very last collection via senior fashion clothier Cierra Scura, with a purpose to greet visitors upon arrival to Trenton Hall. Store displays by means of first-year merchandising college students will be on display at some point of the night.
Lindsay predicts that target market contributors may be inspired through what they see. “Our college students can’t wait to unveil their creations to the community,” Lindsay said. “They started out this manner in the fall when they found out ideas of favor and design, and feature used that foundation to immerse themselves in arms-on paintings in our sewing lab this semester. These college students are not certain through traditional lecture room hours. They positioned within the time until they are happy and proud to display their outfits on their fashions.”
Scura, who will graduate in May, says she is “extraordinary excited” for the approaching display. “Every one people is operating beneath stress to get our designs completed. And then we see all of our difficult paintings come to fruition,” she stated.
Trenton Hall is positioned at 137 North Broad Street, across the street from the James Kerney Building. Admission is $10, with all proceeds going to the Monica L. Weaver Scholarship Fund. Weaver served as JKC’s dean and provost for a decade until her death in 2018.