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Designer’s Choice Packet with FormsFASHION REVUE CONTESTS 2017-Designer’s Choice4-H U Fashion Revue is an educational program designed to enhance the 4-H clothing project.Objectives are for youth to: Build self-confidence, learning to project a smile, enthusiasm and poiseDevelop good posture and grooming habits.Create and select clothing that is becoming, and expressive of one’s personality.Develop skills in planning, selecting, and sewing clothing and accessories for different occasions.Develop skills in recognition of quality construction techniques and workmanship.Model with confidence clothing selected to meet one’s wardrobe needs.Acquire knowledge and skills in planning, presenting, and participating in Fashion Revues.In the Fashion Revue Program, 4-H members are evaluated based on consumer decision making, quality analysis, quality ofconstruction or workmanship, degree of difficulty, modeling, fit, and appearance.Description: The State 4-H U Fashion Revue Educational Program consists of 4 different contests whichculminate in a Fashion Show during 4-H U opened to the public. Fashion Revue includes two sewing contestsCasual Outfit and Creative Choice and two no-sew or sewing optional contests Designer’s Choice and Ready toWear. All contestants must model their garment for appearance judging on contest day and for the 4-HUniversity Fashion Show. Details are found in each contest packet. Below is a description of contest followedby a packet with forms and details required for the Designer’s Choice Contest.The 4-H U Fashion Revue Contest is scheduled for Wednesday Morning with Fashion Show Rehearsal onWednesday afternoon. The Fashion Show is held Thursday afternoon in the LSU Union Theater. See 4-H Uprogram for scheduled times, location and updates. Fashion Revue Week details along with Fashion RevueCompetition numbers and Fashion Show Line up numbers will be found in 4-H U Parish Registration packet.Designer’s Choice where contestants put together garments and accessories to create a signature outfit andcreate a portfolio that maintains that signature in each sketch. Garments may be from grandmother’s attic, bepre-owned, be purchased retail or thrift store, be completely designed and sewn, or be re-designed orrepurposed from ready–to-wear garments or a combination of ready –to -wear and sewn garments. Portfolio(including sketches) and data packet are both submitted for judging prior to 4-HU. Garment is not submittedfor judging prior to 4-H U. Garment is worn for appearance judging during 4-H U contest. This category isrecommended for those with an “eye” for fashion design and those with an artist’s hand.Contest Superintendent: Tanya A. GiroirState Winner Award: Designer’s Choice – One Educational Trip (summer)Blue Ribbon Awards are sponsored by Allbrands.comSponsors: Designer’s Choice – LA 4-H Executive CommitteeAge Requirement: Designer’s Choice: Must have passed his/her 13th birthday and not passed his/her20th birthday in the year of competition.General Contest Rules:1. A parish may send two (2) individual entries in each of the four (4) listed contests in Fashion Revue fora total of 8 entries.2. Contestant must not enter a garment that was entered in any previous State 4-H U Fashion RevueContest.3. Contestants in Creative Choice must have entered some previous 4-H clothing contest to be noted on theData Sheet (not necessarily a state contest).4. All entries must be complete outfits. They can be any number of pieces but may not contain more piecesthat can be worn at any one time.Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 1 of 24

Designer’s Choice Packet with Forms5. Contestant must do all construction on sewn garments and accessories. Accessories such as belts,scarves and purses that are purchased ready-made should not be submitted for construction judging butmay be worn for appearance judging and fashion show.6. Personal data packet with pictures must be submitted for each contestant and must be signed bycontestant and AgCenter personnel, 4-H Leader, or parent/guardian by the deadline.7. Contestant must be present for judging of appearance for the Fashion Revue contest.8. Contestants will model their garments in the fashion show. Valid written excuses received prior tocontest will be accepted for those unable to attend practice sessions or Fashion Show.SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR Designer’s Choice Contest:Designer’s Choice includes outfit put together to create a signature outfit (or a “look”) and a designer’sportfolio featuring a collection of clothing. Submit a Personal Data Packet prior to the deadline. Data packet information must be based on the Portfoliosubmitted. Photos of both 4-H U garment and if needed photos of garments before repurposing or redesigned. BothPortfolio and data packet are submitted for judging. Garment is not submitted for judging. Submit a Designer’s Portfolio prior to the deadline. The portfolio includes:o An inspiration board along with an explanation or description.o Developmental sketches. A minimum of 10 sketches of both draft and completed sketches may beincluded. Ten of the total developmental sketches must show color work (pencil, marker, etc.).o A sketch of the garment to be worn for 4-H U contest. This is your main design sketch on one page.o A sketch of your collection. Submit a minimum of 3 models wearing your design collection thatmaintain the signature of the main design sketch, along with an explanation of your signature on onepage.o Photos of you wearing your 4-H U garment.Garment is not submitted for judging. Garment may be from grandmother’s attic, be pre-owned, bepurchased retail or thrift store, be completely designed and sewn, or be re-designed or re-purposed fromready–to-wear garments or a combination of ready–to-wear and sewn garments.o Contestant will model outfit for appearance judging during Wednesday morning contest.o Contestant must model outfit for the Fashion Show during 4-H U held on Thursday.EVALUATION: Rubrics are included in the contest packet.Designer’s ChoiceData Packet (scored prior to 4-H U)Appearance JudgingPortfolio (scored prior to 4-H U)Total100180220500 pointsNote: The higher numerical score in Ready-to-wear and Designer’s Choice does not mean to imply greater value for this contest. Thesepoint values are needed to effectively use Hormel computing slide. Appearance and selection points will be same percentage value asother contests. See individual score sheets to determine point spread within each area.Made Available by:Tanya A. Giroir, Instructor, 4-H Youth DevelopmentThe LSU AgCenter is a statewide campus of the LSU System and provides equal opportunities in programs and employment.Louisiana State University is an equal opportunity/access university.4-H is an educational program sponsored by the LSU AgCenterDesigner’s Choice updated November 2017Page 2 of 24

Designer’s Choice Packet with Forms#Designer’s Choice Personal Data Packet Cover Sheetpage1 of 10Deadline to Parish Extension Agent(Parish Deadline)1. Submit Personal Data Packet to agent prior to deadline2. Submit Portfolio to agent prior to deadline#(Garment # to be assigned by State)#(Line up # to be assigned by State)Submit completed packet and portfolio to: Tanya A. GiroirState Deadline:Wednesday, June 7, 2017 by cobNelson Memorial BuildingLSU CampusNote: This page will be removed before judging and replaced after judging is completed.Last Name First NameEmail address ParishAddressCity LA Zip CodeTelephone # ( )Age as of January 1 of this year Date of Birth(Month/Day/Year)Agent’s name Contact Number:Parents Name Contact Number:Signatures required:Date:4-H Contestant signatureDate:Agent or 4-H Leader or Parent/Guardian signatureComplete this competition packet carefully. This Personal Data packet is judged on how well it relates to theportfolio as well as completeness, accuracy, and neatness. Please submit good quality color pictures, as blackand white photocopies do not show well. It does not need to be typed but must be legible. Computerizedprinted copies or the original photos give the best presentation of your project. Judges look for a neat overallpresentation and communication of your design collection; write neatly, and check your grammar and spelling.Complete all spaces. Additional pages may be added where needed.Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 3 of 24

Designer’s Choice Packet with FormsDesigner’s Choice Personal Data Packet page 2 of 10Inform#GarmentLine Up #(To be assigned by state)Please do not place your name or parish in the personal data packet except on the information sheet.This cover sheet goes inside as the first page of your portfolio.Signatures 4-H contestant AgCenter personnel, 4-H Leader, or Parent/GuardianTell us about your 4-H and Clothing and Textile Program Experience: Include present year.1. Number of years as a 4-H Member in 4-H U Fashion Revue Competition?2. Have you ever entered 4-H U or other 4-H contests? Casual Creative Choice Designer’s ChoiceYesNo Which ones? (Circle all that apply) Ready to Wear Other (list)3. Number of 4-H’ers you helped with 4-H clothing this year? Construction Textile Science Consumerism Accessories Quality Analysis Grooming4.Have you attended Fashion Camp?Yes NoIn what areas? (Circle all that apply) Laundry Care Modeling Body ImageNumber of years attending Fashion Camp?5. Who has worked with you on your clothing and textile projects? Parent Grandparent Other Relative School Teacher(Circle all that apply) 4-H Leader Parish Extension Agent Other: (list)6. As a result of your experience in the 4-H Textiles and Apparel Program/Fashion Revue, how have youbenefited? Check all that apply. Am more confident that I can choose fabrics appropriate to my needsAm more confident in identifying quality garment workmanshipAm more confident in my communication skillsAm more aware of careers available in Textiles, Apparel and Merchandising.Am ready to expand my role in 4-HMore confident to use my information to share with local 4-H members and others.7. Additional comments about your 4-H Textiles and Apparel Program ExperienceThank you for participating in the 4-H U Fashion Revue Program!Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 4 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s PersonalData PacketData PacketCover Sheetpage 3 ofpage10 3 of 7Include at least two pictures of you wearing your completed outfit and accessories (two views – both frontand back are necessary). You may add close-ups and side views as well. Use additional sheets if needed.Please add any additional information as needed to explain or describe.Photos required:1. Front view of you wearing the completed outfit including accessories2. Back view of you wearing the completed outfit including accessoriesAdd any additional photos as needed (close-ups, side views, etc) to show off the design of garmentAdd description as needed to explain or describe photos submittedYou may reproduce this page for additional items.Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 5 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Personal Data Packetpage 4 of 10Fashion Show Script:Write 2-3 sentences about of the complete outfit describing the features of your garment that you have selected towear in the Fashion Revue (include accessories). This information may be included in the fashion show script. Do notmention the obvious such as “long sleeve white” shirt, or “blue” dress. Be creative, have fun.Figure Types:The human body comes in a variety of shapes and sizes and is predetermined by genetics. While research studies havedescribed figure types is numerous ways, most body types can fit into several categories for male and female figure types. While there is noperfect body type, there are ways to use design principles and elements to create the best look possible with the clothing we wear. However,the current stereotype of the ideal female body shape is moderately tall with a body balanced vertically, an hourglass figure and an oval shapedface. For males the ideal is tall with a balanced vertical body and a trapezoid torso (that is, broad shoulders and chest tapering to medium waistand hips) and an oval face. If you understand what your current shape and proportions are and know a few style guidelines for your shape youare well on your way to looking your best. You can create the illusion of a desired body shape by choosing clothes to create the illusion of theideal proportions. It's all about balancing your perceived shape to the ideal shape (or moving your appearance in that direction). Of courseunderstanding your current shape doesn't rule out changing your shape if needed through diet and exercise. The media often gives anunrealistic impression that all people should fit into one body shape mold. The truth is the models may not even fit into this “ideal mold”because they are often airbrushed and altered by computer software to make the “perfect image”. Sometimes the person in the advertisementis not even a real person, rather a computer-generated model! This media message may be harmful to how individuals view themselves andmay cause them to adopt unhealthy eating and exercise habits as they strive to fit the mold.Promote a positive body image: It is important to understand media and evaluate what is seen in the media. Promote a healthylifestyle rather than worrying about body shape or weight. It is important to remember that being skinny does not equal being healthy. Everybody shape can be healthy if a combination of healthy eating and regular physical activity is maintained. Help out others by telling them whenthey have done a good job. Every body shape can be healthy as long as healthy life style choices are adopted. Healthy eating and regularphysical activity are important to everyone and every body type. The idea is to make the most of whatever shape you are now.Briefly describe how 3 of any of the design principles and elements can be used to give you your best lookpossible with the clothing you wear.1.2.3.Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 6 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Personal Data Packetpage 5 of 10Design Influences Reasoning: Explain how the following influenced your decision todesign/recreate/select this outfit. Do not tell what each is, but how each chosen influenced your decision.4-H U GarmentColor that issuitable tomeStyleAppropriatefor meFits into myWardrobePlanCompatiblewith mybody typeFabric typeinfluencedmy designselectionFiberContent andPercentagesinfluencedmy designselectionDesigner’s Choice updated November 2017Page 7 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Personal Data Packetpage 6 of 10Principles and Elements of Design Reasoning: Explain how the following design principles andelements were used in your 4-H U garment.4-H U OutfitColorLineTextureEmphasisInformationabout 4-H Uoutfit forjudges tounderstandyour designstory for ex:signature ofoutfit.Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 8 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Personal Data Packetpage 7 of 10Design or Re-design or Repurpose: (10 points)It is highly recommended that you be creative and original in your 4-H U outfit and that you sew orassemble your garment. Answer all questions that apply. You may extend your answer to any of thefollowing.1. Did youa. Create an original design? Yes or No (Circle one)b. Redesign this outfit? Yes or No (Circle one)c. Redesign or repurpose? Yes or No (Circle one)d. Explain how you designed, re-designed or repurposed any part of your outfit.2. Did you use a pattern? Yes or No (Circle one)a. Did you mix and match commercial patterns? Yes or No (Circle one)b. Did you create your own pattern? Yes or No (Circle one)3. Did you sew your garment completely by yourself? Yes or No (Circle one)a. Did someone else sew the garment for you or help you to sew? Yes or No (Circle one)b. Who helped you to sew4. List challenges that you had in the process of designing your garment and/or putting togetherthis project.oDesigner’s Choice updated November 2017Page 9 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Personal Data Packetpage 8 of 105. Photos:If you redesigned or repurposed your garments, include photos of garments prior tochanges. Add an additional page for more photosDesigner’s Choice updated November 2017Page 10 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Personal Data Packetpage 9 of 10Cost of Outfit:Identify your outfit garments by pieces (example: dress, blouse, jacket, skirt, pants, etc.) in the spacesbelow (i.e.: Garment A blouse, Garment B skirt). If you have more garment pieces than the spacebelow allows, duplicate this page as needed to accommodate all information. If your piece was fromgrandmother’s attic or pre-owned and at no cost, please indicate free of charge.Garment Piece AGarment Piece BGarment Piece CPrice: (retail price tax total)Price: (retail price tax total) Price: (retail price tax total) Give location where outfit or fabric and supplies were acquired.Fiber Content and % from label or fabric boltCare instructions from label or fabric boltList design challenges:Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 11 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Personal Data Packetpage 10 of 10EVALUATION SHEET FOR DESIGNER’S CHOICE PERSONAL DATA PACKET#Use this evaluation sheet to evaluate your personal data packet. Place your score in the chart below toself-evaluate your personal data packet prior to submission. Your self-score will not affect the judge’sscore.My EvaluationTo earn all points, all items must be answeredPossible Yourcompletely and accuratelyPoints PointsCompleteness of All information completed, signatures35Data Packet– 5 points each Comments about Textile and Apparel Program ExperiencesNeat, appropriate grammar, spellingPhoto front and back view, clarity, presentationFashion Show scriptCost of outfit, fiber content and %, care instructionsChallengesFigure Types: Howdesign principles andelements can be used-5 points eachDesign Elements andPrinciples Applied #1 (5 points)#2 (5 points)#3 (5 points)Explanation of how eachitem listed influencedyour decision todesign/recreate/selectthis outfit-5 points eachExplanation of how eachprinciple and element ofdesign was used ingarment- 5 points eachAdditional Information- 10 pointsDesign, Redesign orRepurpose2 points each1560How each influenced? Color Style Wardrobe plan Compatible with body type Fabric type Fiber content and percentagesHow each used in garment? Color Line Texture EmphasisAdditional information Signature1.2.3.4.5.10Original, Redesign or Repurpose explanationPattern mix or Pattern creationSelf-sewn (yes?)Photos of before changes madeDesign ChallengesScoreDesigner’s Choice updated November 2017120Page 12 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Evaluation Sheet for Clothing Appearance#WellDoneAPPEARANCEFabric, style and theirappropriateness to each otherand individualGeneral appearance ofgarmentAccessories – including shoes,hose, purse, hat, belt, scarves,jewelry, hair ornaments, props(books, umbrella), etc.Appropriate for the categoryenteredFITSmooth and attractiveCould Be Improved By:Possible PointsPointsEarned-fabric texture, weight or design-change of pattern style-length of width of-color-combination of colors, fabrics-improving construction of-pressing techniques-different buttons, zipper, othernotions-change of color-change of size-adding or changing to-appropriate-change of fabric or style-more casual look-dressier look-adding ease by letting out-changing undergarments-correcting fit all:-neckline-bust-waist-hips,abdomen-special alteration for2525255504-H’ER WEARING OUTFIT-changing expression-hair style change-make-up change-other grooming change50-showing off garment better-explaining outfit or reason forenteringPOSSIBLE SCORE 180MINUSYOUR SCOREDesigner’s Choice updated November 2017Page 13 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceDesigner’s Choice Portfolio Information SheetDeadline to Parish Extension Agent(Parish Deadline)#(Garment # to be assigned by State)3.4.5.#(Line up # to be assigned by State)6.Submit Personal Data Packet to agent prior to deadlineSubmit Portfolio to agent prior to deadlineDo not submit garments and accessories for judgingBring Designer’s Choice garments and accessories to 4-H UPortfolio will be returned after 4-H U to parish officeSubmit completed packet and garment to: Tanya A. GiroirState Deadline:Wednesday, June 7, 2017 by cobNelson Memorial BuildingLSU Campus, Baton RougeNote: Place this page in the front of your portfolio, this page will be removed before judging and replaced after judging is completed.Last Name First NameEmailParishAddress City LAZip CodeTelephone # ( )Age as of January 1 of this year Date of BirthMonth / Day / YearAgent’s name Contact Number:Parents NameContact Number:Signatures required: This is my own work.Date:4-H Contestant signatureDate:Agent or 4-H Leader or Parent/Guardian signatureComplete this competition packet carefully. This Portfolio packet is judged on how well it relates to your 4-H U outfit and yourcollection. It is also judged for completeness, accuracy and neatness. It does not need to be typed but must be legible. Please submitgood quality color pictures; photocopies do not show well. Computerized printed copies or the original photo give the bestpresentation of your project. Judges look for a neat overall presentation and communication of your design collection; write neatly,and check your grammar and spelling.Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 14 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceGarment #(To be assigned by state)Line Up #(To be assigned by state)Place this sheet as the first page of your portfolio for identification purposesMy Fashion Portfolio4-H U Fashion RevueDesigner’s ChoiceSections RequiredA.B.C.D.E.My Inspiration BoardMy Design DevelopmentMy CollectionMy PhotosMy EvaluationDesigner’s Choice updated November 2017Page 15 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoicePortfolio RequirementsPurpose: This portfolio is intended to provide an opportunity to demonstrate fashion design skills necessaryto communicate an idea and describe a garment concept in a collection.Requirements: Work submitted must be contestant’s work including sketchesSubmit portfolio on 8 ½ x 11” sized paperUse transparent sheet protectors to keep work clean and neatSections must be tabbed (separated into sections lettered “A” through “E”)Place all pages of portfolio into a binder for safekeeping and transportation. The binder cover is not judged.The portfolio inside is judged.Inside the Portfolio: Submit an inspiration boardo Use a physical format (not digital)o 8 ½ x 11” size.o Maximum of two (2) pages. Place inside portfolio facing each other so that both pages are visible atthe same time when binder is opened.o Show a neat and purposeful arrangement of items on boardo Show visual focus on your idea or concepto Show your color and fabric story Submit an Explanation/Description of inspiration Submit at least 10 developmental designs (practice work that helped form idea). Croquis provided in thepacket must be used as a base for your final sketches. Use tracing paper on which to sketch designs, not thephotocopy of croquis. You may use any of the different figures, poses, etc. Points will be deducted ifcroquis provided are not used. Submit two (2) final finished sketches of design work on two separate pages on required croquis:o Sketch #1: outfit you will wear for 4-H Uo Sketch #2: collection: a grouping of 3 models wearing your design collection.o Maximum of two (2) pages. Place inside portfolio facing each other so that both pages are visible atthe same time when binder is opened.o Create a professional, neat presentation of your sketches. Submit photos of you wearing your 4-H U outfit: front, back, side views. You want to show the judges yourdesign features. Close-up views may be included. Submit an Explanation/Description of your Signature in collection Submit by deadline for judging prior to 4-H U Self-evaluate your work. Use it as a checklist.Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 16 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceA: My Inspiration BoardAn Inspiration Board starts the design process to design your style. It’s a visual interpretation of your designthoughts or process. It is a collage or presentation of images, text, samples of objects in a composition of thechoice of the creator. Designers use boards to develop their design concepts and to communicate these conceptsto others and board helps to translate a concept where words may fail. The inspiration board is a building blockfor your final collection. Your inspiration board should be reflected in your final collection. Research is animportant part of discovering your ideas which can be found from architecture to nature. Research fashionhistory, fashion magazines, retail windows, go shopping at the mall etc., and don’t limit yourself only to theworld of fashion to discover your inspirational theme for your design. Keep a collection of ideas for fabrics,textures, color and anything that inspires you as you look for your inspiration. There are many tutorials on eachtopic available online.Describe your inspiration. Judges should be able to discover the following details in your inspiration board:Describe Research: What or who did youresearch? The fashion history, movies,celebrities, new textiles, architecture, engineering,nature, etc. You do not have to use all of theresearch in your inspiration board, but list yourresearch.Describe Images: Cut from magazines,print, wall paper, or use your imagination.Include in your inspiration board those thatcommunicate your concept.Describe Color Story: Paper, paint,fabrics and/or ink, pencil, markersDescribe Fabric Story: Include samplesif you have them availableDesigner’s Choice updated November 2017Page 17 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceB: My Design DevelopmentDevelopmental Sketches are part of your design research. Developmental sketches help you to decide onyour final design features: color, lines, buttons or zippers or both, sleeves whether short or long or no sleeves,etc. Developmental sketches are a building block to your collection. Required Croquis are included in thisportfolio packet that you must use. Points will be deducted if required croquis are not used. It is highlyrecommended that you complete each of the developmental sketches chosen to include in your portfoliosubmitted. There are many online tutorials on h ow to sketch fabrics and accessories for your designsPractice, practice, practice. Use tracing paper over chosen croquis to experiment with colors, fabrics, textures, shadinguntil you have at least 10 developmental sketches. For example, change to one of the other croquis, change the neckline,sleeve length, change the skirt style, collar, change garment from two-piece to one, or add a vest. Keep the details ofgarment such as darts, belts, and accessories. Not every design idea you experiment with will work for your finalcollection. Experiment with different figures and poses until you find figures that fit your style. Find three individualfigures that fit your needs. This developmental sketch work is to help you generate enough ideas from which to chooseyour best work for your final collection.Use tracing paper to sketch your figures in pencil over the croquis. Do not sketch on the photocopy of croquis. Revisesketches until the designs look as professional, clean and neat as possible. Sketch the back of your garment as well,especially if it is important to the design concept of your garment. Window tracing is a technique used by taping thetracing paper over the croquis and then taping the paper onto a window.Write “notes to self” on developmental sketches. Judges will read your notes to help them understand your concept.Add color until you get the results you want. There are many online tutorials on how to add color to your sketches.Practice until you find a final colored version for your collection. You may cut out and glue your sketches on differentpaper. Be careful with the glue chosen that it does not ruin your sketch and your hard work.Submit 10 full developmental sketches. These drawings will show your sketching work, coloring, progression, andexperimental design ideas.ooooSketch figures as individuals and as groups.Number your developmental sketches in order of creation.Include notes to self on the developmental sketches to explain or add a description of your developmentalsketches for the judges.Remember, points will be deducted if required croquis are not used. Do not sketch on the photocopy of thecroquis and do not show the croquis lines on finished sketches.Designer’s Choice updated November 2017Page 18 of 24

4-H U Fashion Revue - Designer’s ChoiceC: My CollectionA collection, part of a line of clothing in the fashion industry, is made up of a group of clothing designs puttogether to communicate or tell a story of the designer's inspiration and new trends for the fashion brand duringa particular season and for a particular market. Your collection should reflect the work in your inspirationboard and developmental sketches. Your portfolio collection will consist of your 4-H U

Fashion Revue Week details along with Fashion Revue Competition numbers and Fashion Show Line up numbers will be found in 4-H U Parish Registration packet. esigner’s hoice where contestants put together garments and accessories to create a signature outfit and create a portfolio

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