Moda Dal Vivo fashion show success

By Jenay Smith
March 28, 2012

Cabrini College’s fashion club, Moda Dal Vivo, had their first ever fashion show on Saturday, March 24. The show turned out to be the sensation that Cabrini’s entire fashion club hoped for.

With months of planning, determined co-founders Jessica Johnson Petty, sophomore communication and graphic design major and Gregory Robinson, sophomore political science and business major, pulled it off.

Moda rejected no one from the show based on model experience. There were models that couldn’t walk in heels to models that were signed to agencies.

The fashion show included the works: a scheduled performance, giveaways, dancing etc.

There were also vendors from The DNTN brand, Glitz and Glam Accessories.

Fashions were from many different venues of many sorts.

The first scene featured designs by The DNTN brand by Don Scott. The second scene featured designs by Moda styles cut T’s by freshman Cherise Carn.

The third scene presented clothing by Swim and Sport. The fourth scene included more Design’s by Moda styles distressed jeans by Johnson.

The Jewelry worn by the models were provided by Glitz and Glam Accessories.

Underground singer Jade Alston performed a segment of her latest single “Missing You Lately.” Alston also gave away free CD’s to the crowd after her performance.

The show came to a closing with heart-felt thanks from Robinson and Johnson.

They thanked all the organizations that sponsored the show and hands that help make the show possible.

A huge thanks was given to Stephanie Reed, director of Student Diversity, for her help, dedication and support of their first fashion show.

Next year, Moda Dal Vivo hopes to reach out more to the school community. They also want to keep the connections they have made as well as form new ones.

Moda Dal Vivo has pressed their way and has proven their existence in the Cabrini College community.

All Cabrini has to do is wait for what Moda has next.


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