Fashion Show


Debra Klevens

Seniors Kelly Popelar and Ryan Demuri pose together at the fashion show. “I thought it was really cool and I had fun,” Demuri said. “My favorite part though was the pizza afterwards.”

On April 5, Renee Broemmelsick’s Fashion Merchandise class put on a fashion show in the cafeteria during both lunches.The 20 year tradition, took three months to plan.
“It’s a tradition in the fashion merchandise class,” Broemmelsick said. “It’s a learning experience for them and it helps promote the clothing. I love seeing all the students work together.”
The dresses were on loan from Camille La Vie, which is located in the Chesterfield Mall. Seniors Cara Amundson and Kathryn Goetz were the hosts of the fashion show and was in charge of picking out the dresses and fitting them.
“I was so excited but nervous at the same time because I was worried about everyone not going in order,” Amundson said.
Amundson’s pitched the idea of having same sex students walk down the runway.
“There were some students who wanted to do it, so I brought up the idea to the class and everyone agreed. I thought, well if one sex gets to do it then we should make it open to whoever wants to,” Amundson said.
The outfits were modeled to give inspiration to students whom will be attending prom.  Prom will be held at the Kemp Auto Museum on April 27 at 6:30 p.m.