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A passion for fashion

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Members of Fashion Club met during lunch to discuss upcoming projects.

Members of Fashion Club met during lunch to discuss upcoming projects.

Riley James

Riley James

Members of Fashion Club met during lunch to discuss upcoming projects.

Riley James, Staff Writer

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Fashion Club is all about everything fashion. It was started three years ago by a student who simply had a passion for fashion, Falynn Delfelder.

The meetings are every Thursday right after school and sometimes during lunch. In the club, the members do various projects every week. For example, they will focus on an article of clothing that they got from a thrift store or even clothes from home, and they alter it in some way and make a piece of new clothing.

“I joined because I love fashion and it has been a huge part of my life for a long time,” said Allie Workman, a senior. “I really enjoy all aspects of fashion and wanted to get involved in a relatively new club at school.”

The club mainly has girls, but boys can join too if they’re interested. The main goal for the club is that all the clothes that they alter will be used in an annual Fashion Show in April.

Kelsey Garner, the adviser for the fashion club and also a teacher,  said that this is her first year of advising the club and that this club will help any students who would like to pursue a career involving fashion.

Olivia Stickel, co-president of the club, is planning to attend ASU under the fashion major. “They actually have an amazing fashion program in which they not only teach design, but spend a semester every year teaching marketing and the business side of it. It’s a great option for people looking to go into the industry who are on a tight budget or just want to stay close to home.”

Workman, co-president with Stickel, is also planning to study fashion. “Right now I want to go to either NAU or ASU.”

 

 

 

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