Berkeley College Students Run Spring Fashion Show at Last Call Studio by Neiman Marcus


 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THURSDAY, MAY 2
, 2013

Contact:  Ilene Greenfield
Director of Media Relations
201-291-1111, ext. 1-5122

igl@BerkeleyCollege.edu

 



BERKELEY COLLEGE FASHION MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT STUDENTS RUN
SPRING FASHION SHOW AT LAST CALL STUDIO BY NEIMAN MARCUS 




 

Photo Caption: Berkeley College Fashion Marketing and Management students recently ran a “Spring into Fashion” Fashion Show at Last Call Studio by Neiman Marcus located in Paramus. The students were invited back to run the show after successfully coordinating a “Rocking Around in Holiday Trends” Fashion Show at the store during the 2012 Holiday Season. “The fashion shows were a wonderful learning experience that helped us bring all of the pieces we learned in the classroom into a real-life situation,” said Julie Vinolas, a Fashion Marketing and Management student who served as a coordinator of the show and also is Editor in Chief of “Berkeley Fashion,” a student magazine at Berkeley College in Paramus. Pictured front to back are Berkeley College student models Erica Guzman of Clifton; Brittany Richardson of Lodi and Amira Zaki of Prospect Park. To view a photo slideshow of the “Spring into Fashion” Fashion Show click here.

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