"It is our goal that each student involved with the spring fashion show walks away with increased self confidence and a better understanding of marketing, fashion and community involvement."
“I learned technical skills and behind the scenes skills. I plan on using these skills in the future”. Quade Feller, Junior
Josie Freed, junior, shared what she learned by being apart of the advertising committee. “I have learned how to think outside of the box and be more creative”.
“I had so much fun learning all of the numbers and watching everything come together. Since this is my last year at WBHS, I will never forget all of the hard work that went into the show.” Yasmin Bangura, Senior
West Bloomfield High School's annual spring fashion show raised more than $1,300 for the school's DECA program and class of 2020. More than 70 students, who are enrolled in a fashion merchandising course, hosted, planned and promoted the show. They worked on modeling, choreography, staging, hospitality, merchandising or advertising to learn first-hand about the industry.
Eden Joyrich from 7th hour is taking appointments to do models make-up backstage from 4-6:30 on Wed! She will be able to assist with five students (one every half hour). Be sure to contact Eden if you have not already for a time slot. You should come prepared with your favorite foundations etc.