The Fashion Show was split into four scenes. The first one Spring & Summer Trends was pretty straight forward - Blue, lace, girly frills and ruffles.
The second scene, Past Glamour, featured clothing donated from the Michigan Fashion Archives. Certain looks begged the question: why don't we wear this anymore?
The third scene highlighted Prom Shop Project, a local charity that helps girls that cannot afford to buy prom dresses. The dresses on the runway were donations from the girls at Northwood University.
Finally, Monica concluded the show by showcasing her accessories line, Pinkie Promise. When I met her at El Centro, she was already working on the Pinkie Promise purse line - cute and eclectic mixed with trendy shapes.
Now it seems she has added jewelry. I really liked it but her online shop is a bit overdue for the merchandise. *hint hint Monica*
My mom says that a single woman on a limited budget will always work hard to hide the fact that she's on a limited budget. You couldn't tell it was a student production. Monica and the Northwood Fashion Marketing students delivered an clean-cut, professional show. I hope they can keep it up once she's gone next year. I'd be happy to attend again.
And the soundtrack... That was an awesome made-for-runway soundtrack! And I want it!