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MUSD fashion show is back; being staged on MHS plaza on May 7
Models hit the runway during Lindbergh Educational Center’s first Premiere Runway Fashion Show presented Saturday by second year students in the Regional Occupational Program fashion merchandising classes.

The Fashion Show is Back.

That’s the name of the Careers Technical Education’s Fashion Merchandising event on Saturday, May 7, at Manteca High.

Due to the pandemic, the CTE Fashion Show was shelved for the past two years. The event returns and will be held at the outdoor plaza at Garfield Street adjacent to MHS Winter Gym, beginning at 6 p.m.

Ninety models made up of staff members and students from MHS, East Union, Sierra High, and Lathrop High will showcase some of the latest trends in fashion and design.

The categories include Thrift Store, Theater, Decades, Monochromatic, and Denim collections.

Tickets are $5. There will also be a VIP section limited to 200 at $10 each.

Proceeds will allow students to attend the annual Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Fashion Show in Los Angeles.

According to CTE instructor Angie Anaya, the 2022 Fashion Show will once again be collaborative effort. Helping out her Fashion Merchandising & Design students will be those in the MHS Junior Reserves Officers’ Training Corps, CTE Video Production, CTE Culinary Arts, CTE Careers with Children, and MHS Floral classes.

Among the participating businesses will be Target, Old Navy and Maurice’s.

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