Organizers of the first ever professional wear fashion show at the Dominica State College has hailed the event a success.
The fashion show, dubbed “Dress to Impress,” was held on April 11th. Organizers say it was well received by the student body and staff.
The models showcased outfits in segments labeled ‘From day to night’ which featured work attire which can be used to transition to a night out; ‘Casual Fridays’ which featured outfits which can be worn to work on a typical dress-down day like Friday and ‘Office chic’ which featured classic corporate wear. A total of 12 models hit the runway at the event.
The Student Affairs department of the DSC indicated that plans are in place to continue engaging students in activities geared towards their professional and personal development.
The show was organized by Miss Ellena Bowers, Career Development Coordinator within the department.
View some photos of the event below.