The nighttime of precise fashions and excessive fashion awaits as the Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising applications at Mercer County Community College (MCCC) present their annual Fashion Showcase and Runway Show. MCCC’s Trenton Hall on the James Kerney Campus (JKC) will light up with glamour on Friday, May three, beginning at 6:30 p.M.
Thirteen designers will gift their fashion strains. Designers encompass students Ashley Alvarez, Amir Black (a Trenton excessive school senior), Icyss Bracewell, Aysha Choudhry, Gianelle Herrera, Jaiden Hines, Alithini Karnavas, Christian Mendez, Cierra Scura, Khoi Tran, Kylela White, Sheron Williams, and instructor Beth Dubrow.
Hosted by means of the MCCC Fashion Club and overseen by way of Fashion Program Coordinator Katina Lindsay, the designers will feature three designs of their collections: a blouse and skirt, a get dressed, and a styled object of apparel. Each has selected a theme that will be contemplated in their series. Models encompass pals, the circle of relatives and fellow students.
Fashion Merchandising students can be chargeable for event logistics, together with planning and executing all factors of the display. Second-yr vending students will create a storefront window providing the final collection by way of senior style designer Cierra Scura, in order to greet visitors upon arrival to Trenton Hall. Store presentations by using first-12 months vending college students will be on show at some point of the night.
Lindsay predicts that target audience participants may be inspired with the aid of what they see. “Our college students can’t wait to unveil their creations to the community,” Lindsay stated. “They started out this process within the fall once they found out principles of fashion and layout, and have used that foundation to immerse themselves in palms-on work in our stitching lab this semester. These college students aren’t certain by using traditional schoolroom hours. They placed in the time until they’re satisfied and proud to show their outfits on their fashions.”
Scura, who will graduate in May, says she is “terrific excited” for the approaching display. “Every one people is running under strain to get our designs finished. And then we see all of our difficult paintings come to fruition,” she stated.
Trenton Hall is positioned at 137 North Broad Street, throughout the road 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 demise in 2018.