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Fashion Society Of Penn State To Host Student-Run Fashion Show And Clothing Drive

The Fashion Society of Penn State will turn Heritage Hall into a catwalk for its second annual student-run fashion show at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 18.

The show is free to attend, and it’ll feature student stylists, designers, models, and photographers. Designers have created their own looks for the event, and stylists have pulled existing clothes from their own closets and those of friends for models to wear.

The Fashion Society’s first fashion show was held last year at New Leaf Initiative on Allen Street before moving to the more centralized location in the HUB this year. FSPS President Genny Rojewski wants the show to bring awareness to the club and the opportunities it presents to the fashionably gifted on campus.

“Penn State is a huge school with thousands of fashionable people yet no fashion major,” she said. “The club is designed for all lovers of fashion whether students want to pursue and career in the fashion industry or simple enjoy following trends. We want to show that there’s a place for everyone.”

The organization will also host a clothing drive during the event. Attendees can bring any unwanted or unused clothes in and browse items brought in by others. All proceeds will go to the Fashion Society of Penn State and any clothes not resold will be donated.

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