Fullerton College Fashion Department will host their annual student-produced fashion show celebrating Harajuku streetwear style at the Hello Harajuku: What Are You Waiting For? Fashion Show on Monday, May 14 at the Fullerton College Wilshire Auditorium. The show starts at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
“The annual fashion show gives students who want to work in the fashion industry an opportunity to showcase their talents and designs as well as challenge the industry,” said Fashion Department Coordinator Renee Young. “We empower students to go out and make the industry what they want it to be.”
This year, students have produced Hello Harajuku which features the vibrant and unique styles of Japan’s Harajuku district and will highlight creations by students and guest designer Saleemah Lewis, Creative Designer for the brand Sultry Vamps.
This event also brings together talent from around the Fullerton College community including students from cosmetology, photography and radio broadcasting to round out the production.
Fashion students have worked together to design and style looks inspired by the street styles of Tokyo for a night of fashion, fun and culture. Among the looks of the evening, guests can expect to see influences inspired by Lolita, Decora, and Kodona segments of this eclectic culture.
The event is sponsored by the Fullerton College Fashion Department with grant funds from the California Community Colleges Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy campaign.
So what are you waiting for? Join Hornets for a night of style as they celebrate Hello Harajuku on May 14. For more information about the show visit Hello Harajuku on Facebook. Learn more about Fullerton College fashion programs at http://techneng.fullcoll.edu/fashion.html.