FCCLA Fashion Show rocks the runway

The Guthrie High School FCCLA Fashion Show “Rock the Runway” was a resounding success, thanks to the efforts of the event managers, Bella Benham and Hunter Smith. These students presented their event management plan at the FCCLA State Star Events and won 2nd place in the state, a fitting recognition for their hard work and dedication to the project.

The event, held at the Meridian Tech South Campus, hosted two shows and featured local boutiques Boutique 206, Cleveland & Co. Mercantile, Friends Market Boutique, and Rustic Tease. These boutiques showcased their latest summer fashions, alongside 13 student-sewn garments created by Guthrie High School fashion students. Furrow’s Flowers, Buckley Stone & Sticks, and iParty graciously donated to create an outstanding decor.

Models Praetong Phesatwetchakam, Anjewl Murillo, Hannah Smith, Mckenzie Daniels, Taniyah Brown, Alexandra Wilkins, Rain Porter, Isis Powell, Ny’Asha Ellis, Natalye Emmons, Jaxcie Maker, took to the runway to showcase the stunning garments, which were designed by Lonni Glover, Avery Flury, Emmalea Poupard, Addyson Pollard, Alexandra Wilkins, Logan Stubby, Bella Holder, Hallie Ross, Antonia Schilling, Angela Martinez, Kamryn Boller, and Maria De Andrade Pereira.

The event was attended by over 175 people, who were impressed by the creativity and talent of the local boutiques and the Guthrie High School fashion students. The show was a testament to the hard work and dedication of the students involved, and the success of the event highlighted the importance of programs like Family and Consumer Sciences and FCCLA in developing students’ leadership and career skills.

“We are thrilled with the success of ‘Rock the Runway,’ and we couldn’t have done it without the support of the community and the hard work put forth by FCCLA students,” said Jessica Maker, the Family and Consumer Science teacher, and advisor.

The Guthrie High School FCCLA chapter is already planning for next year’s fashion show, with hopes of building on the success of “Rock the Runway.” They look forward to creating more community partnerships and showcasing even more student-sewn garments.

Overall, the Guthrie High School FCCLA Fashion Show “Rock the Runway” was a fantastic success and showcased the incredible talent and creativity of the students involved. Congratulations to everyone involved in the event!


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