To end off their 47 week journey in JCI’s Fashion Business & Creative Arts Diploma Program, each fashion class pulls together to produce a Fashion Show. From conception to production, the students are involved in planning and executing all elements of a fashion show, including selecting the venue, clothes, music, selecting models, and such.
This month, Fashion Class 151 took over Performance Works on Granville Island to present, Spectrum.
Why Spectrum? The band of colors of a spectrum, as seen in a rainbow, represents each individual’s style and personality. They created different looks influenced by their different styles, but still found a way to come together to create a Spectrum.
Off stage, Fashion Class 151 had the help of sponsors such as David’s Tea, Opus, Cactus Club Cafe, Starbucks, and more to provide prizes for the silent auction. Canadian TV Personalty and host of Love It or List It Vancouver, Jillian Harris, was also kind enough to host the show. A few representatives of The Covenant House Vancouver were present as well, with all proceeds going to their cause!
The rest of the night was filled with collections inspired by holographic, structured, and sometimes unconventional pieces coordinated by the students and worn by John Casablancas International Model Management models. Here are a few of the looks from the evening. Segments were curated by JCI students Alicia Enns, Laura Kendrick, Terra Jang, Laura Kendrick, and Laken Craig with some pieces by Design + Conquer and Sunja Link.
Photos by: Budi (@ColonRightBracket on Instagram)
JCI’s Fashion Business & Creative Arts Diploma Program provides students with a comprehensive overview of the fashion industry, combining creative and business elements. This diverse approach gives our grads a distinct advantage both in knowledge and skill. If you’re interested in joining a Vancouver Fashion School, JCI would love to hear from you.