The Chronicle 1. Backpage 2. 3. 4. 5. April 2019 6. 1. Hitting the woah, a new and popular dance move, junior Bella Decroo and senior Jake Heenan show off their Gold Cup outfits. 2. Posing for a shot, junior Syndey Nelson poses for Heenan to snap a quick shot. 3. Taking a selfie, seniors Sarah Dispanet and John Hamilton get the crowd involved. 4. Preparing for the big show, Dispanet does her own hair and makeup. 5. Blowing a kiss to her “date,” senior Syndey Sherman wows the crowd with her outfit. 6. Participating in a popular Twitter trend, senior Rachael Stephens and Hamilton “Hit the Woah.” 7. In his Gold Cup outfit, Heenan spins Decroo in front of the crowd. Pictures by Maelyn Sutliff 7. 7. Showing Off their Sense of Style Fashion Marketing students walk the runway showcasing spring fashion by Carly Herbert Editor-in-Chief Fashion Marketing students hit the catwalk donning some of the hottest spring fashions. The annual fashion show was held in the commons on April 2 during all four lunch shifts. The event was student planned, from the fashion right down to the music. Fashion Marketing teacher Tracy Edwards explained that planning and producing a fashion show is one of the state standards for her class. Edwards said this is one of her favorite parts of the year and believes putting on the event teaches her students to work together as a team. “It’s always fun to watch the class having fun together ‘strutting their said. Junior Sydney Nelson is a student in the class. “We planned the whole thing the day of essentially,” Nelson said. “We didn’t go to first or second block; instead, we went and set up the stage and then went straight to hair and makeup before getting dressed.” Students said they researched this year’s most popular fashions and tried to find clothing that was both trending and would fit the Roaring Twenties prom theme. Warrenton Jewelers provided apparel for the boys and Atelier Weddings stuff,’” Edwards on Route 29 provided the dresses for the girls. Tonya Smith’s cosmetology students did hair and makeup. Audrey Rader predicts that prom-goers can expect to see a lot of emerald green and red dresses with deep Vnecks. Senior Grant Colgan thinks red dresses matched with black tuxedos will be a popular choice. “The most popular trend for girls will probably be the high slit dresses and for guys, I think they will wear a lot of different colored suits,” Wetzel said. “Like navy or red and stray away from the traditional black.” As for hair, Sherman pointed out the reappearance of an old trend. “I think updos are going to be popular this year because I have noticed they really started to come back.” Many of the students who participated this year had different favorite parts of the show and liked different looks. Sophomore Audrey Rader enjoyed getting her hair done by the cosmetology team. “My favorite part was getting my hair done,” Rader said. “It was really fun to hang out with the girls in the cosmetology room, chat with them, and getting to know the girl who was doing my hair.” “My favorite part [of the fashion show] was when we finally got to just go out and walk after setting up everything and having the stress of how it would all go down go away,” junior Kylie Wetzel said. “My favorite look was John’s prom look because he brought in these black and white shoes that tied into the prom theme.” Seniors Sydney Sherman and Grant Colgan both shared similar favorite memories from the event. “The best part was when people cheered when we walked out and the crowd got all riled up,” said Sherman. Colgan agreed. “The best part was when all my friends yelled for me when I came out onto the runway.” What was your favorite part of the fashion show? by Cali May Staff Reporter “Gold Cup because it reminded me of spring and the warm weather.” Grace Small senior “The prom fashions because the dresses were really pretty.” Rachel Schwind junior “The prom looks because it’s nice to see students dress up.” Matti Heflin freshman “The Gold Cup outfits because it reminded me of the warm weather.” Joey Shull sophomore The Gold Cup outfits because I like horses.” Matt Twomey sophomore

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