KALAMAZOO, MI — Western Michigan College college students will return to the runway this 7 days for the Motown Vogue Demonstrate.
The WMU Merchandising Alternatives and Style Association’s vogue display, which will honor Detroit’s background, is 7 p.m. Friday, March 25, at the Gilmore Car or truck Museum, in accordance to a push release from the student organization.
The corporation has been putting on the vogue show since 1998 as an possibility for students to showcase their talents in design and style, styling and modeling, the release said. This year’s exhibit will honor Detroit’s heritage with a Motown concept and partnership with the Ford Motor Company’s subsidiarity, Warriors in Pink, an hard work to elevate awareness and fundraise for the struggle towards breast cancer.
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A choose team of college students have repurposed Warrior in Pink bandanas into garments to be showcased at the trend present, the release reported.
“Our corporation appreciates the help of the WMU and Kalamazoo group and is thrilled to showcase what we have in shop for this year’s exhibit,” the launch reported.
Tickets to the celebration are $25 for each man or woman. Pupil tickets are $15. For more information and facts and to invest in tickets, go to eventbrite.com.
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