S.O.C.A. Fashion Show Models Have the Vibe to Match Fierce Lineup

Models were encouraged to have fun with their walks as they rehearsed for the S.O.C.A. annual fashion show.


Students rehearsed choreography for the seven designers' collections and carnival scene. They were led by dance student Kassi Bates. Music ranged from trap to Soca to afrobeat, selected by Mark Germain.


See students pose and practice for the show below.

A student has some fun with a pose.

Student prepares to show off a look.

Students practice posing alongside each other.

Student practices a pose.

Heels help a student accomplish a fierce walk.

Student practices posing.

Choreographer Bates practices partner work with a fellow student.

Students wore heels to prepare for the show.

Student practices posing while crouching in heels.

Music selector Germain practices getting low in heels.

The S.O.C.A fashion show is on Saturday, April 13. The print will be posting further updates leading up to the show.

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