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Alpha Kappa Psi hosts "Project Runway Black Out"


On January 28, Alpha Kappa Psi organization hosted a fashion show called “Project Runway Black Out” in the Leon Cole Auditorium.

The doors opened at 6:30 p.m. and the show ended approximately 8:30 p.m.

John Morton was the executive producer of the fashion show, however, other organizations and volunteers also helped make this fashion show possible.

Guests were asked to donate three dollars before walking into the auditorium.

There was a diversity of songs playing during the fashion show.

The models included people from different organizations. The models walked down a black carpet and posed for the photographer as if they were at a photo shoot.

All the models walked with confident smiles and had every guest’s attention.

Clothes from Dillards, Old Navy and Swank Boutique clothing store were the fashionable trends on display for everyone to see.

The show also consisted of comedy performances, a dance performance, R&B/Rap performance and a small, entertaining competition from selected volunteers in the audience.

Volunteers had to make a fashionable outfit out of a black trash bag onto a human manikin.

After the show, John Morton thanked everyone for attending, volunteers, models, clothing stores and other organizations that helped make the show a success.

Fredrick Surls is a junior who also was a participant in helping prepare the show.

“The show was very good. It took us a while with practicing and setting up, but when I saw the finished picture I was very proud of the time and effort we put into it. The models and everyone worked so hard to pull everything off and I really think that the show will be something people will say is one of the highlights of this semester,” said Frederick Surls, who was a participant of the show.

Rakeya Morrow, junior and Nursing major was one of the many pleased audience members.

“I felt like the fashion show turned out to be a great success. It was a lot of participation and everyone cam out and supported. I think everyone in the fashion show did really, really well,” said Morrow.

Keiasha Jordan, a senior and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority sister had plenty of positive things to add: “I mainly went to go support my sorority
sister who was participating in the fashion show. I like the fact that it included a variety of people on the campus from international students, IFC, Panhellenic Sororities, AKPsi members, NPHC and Independents, which showed diversity. Overall it was a good show and I really enjoyed myself,” said Jordan.

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