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MHS Fashion Show

Blanca Escobar modeling the garment she made.

Blanca Escobar modeling the garment she made.

Blanca Escobar modeling the garment she made.

By Annette Chu, Staff Writer

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FCCLA held their 3rd annual “Fashion, Art, Music, and Entertainment Event” (F.A.M.E.) on May 25 in the media center. Students in the Fashion Technology and Design program created the garments showcased by the models, who were handpicked by fashion design teacher Ms. Belony. At this event, there was also a display of artwork from students in the art program, and the MHS Jazz Ensemble performed at the opening of the event.

Models for the show were Shelisha Delva, Maria Puello, Blanca Escobar, Breidi Andrade, Nabetse Melendez, Jazmin Mojica, Sophia Silva, Melani Patterson, Chalia Gonzalez, Armonesia Delgado, Janelle Poteau, Annette Chu, Jasmine Estarita, Ashley Martinez, Andrea Burgos, Melina Trebe, Noemi Morales, Melissa Patterson, Lianet Valdes, Yesenia Nerey, Lu Ona, and Tracy Charles.

Fashion designers from Level 2 were Jarlene Alvarez, Breidi Andrade, Tais Dion, Blanca Escobar, Kiara Fernandez, Sherley Gil, Stephanie Hernandez, Yasnara Hernandez, Amanda Machado, Nabetse Melendez, Cierra Rogers, Claudia Santana, Sophia Silva, and Lianet Valdes.

Fashion designers from Level 1 were Wendy Aguilera, Abigaelle Alexandre, Jezebell Alvarez, Dayeisy Baires, Dilcia Barahona, Maria Bolboa, Jocelyn Caballero, Alondra Calix, Samantha Castillo, Annette Chu, Ashley Delgado, Thalia Dorta, Lusmari Figueredo, Dianne Garcia, Ana Gamboa, Ana Gomez, Ruthanna Gonzalez, D’Andre Johnson, Paola Leiva, Natasha Montanez, Henry Pineda, Dayanra Portillo, Ana Prendes, Andres Rodriguez, Rachel Rojas, Sandy Rubi, Alanis Rumincsik, Luz Salgado, Yvannie Soto, Mercy Stubbs, Daniela Vargas, and Lilly Vargas.


Student model modeling a garment made by another student.
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