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LOC struts their stuff at D12 Fashion Show
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D12 Fashion Show was held Edinburg on Saturday, March 6, LOC participants were top winners. From left, Tara Liska was the Top Winner and will Advance to State in College Station, this summer in the Senior, Buying Dressy category, Nathan Culpepper entered in the Intermediate Buying Casual and received a Blue Ribbon, he also participated in the Non-Wearable Fashion Storyboard, and was the Top Winner.  Victoria Culpepper entered the Senior Construction Casual category, and received a Blue Ribbon, and was the Runner Up, she also entered the Wearable Storyboard division, and received a Red Ribbon, and Runner Up.
D12 Fashion Show was held Edinburg on Saturday, March 6, LOC participants were top winners. From left, Tara Liska was the Top Winner and will Advance to State in College Station, this summer in the Senior, Buying Dressy category, Nathan Culpepper entered in the Intermediate Buying Casual and received a Blue Ribbon, he also participated in the Non-Wearable Fashion Storyboard, and was the Top Winner. Victoria Culpepper entered the Senior Construction Casual category, and received a Blue Ribbon, and was the Runner Up, she also entered the Wearable Storyboard division, and received a Red Ribbon, and Runner Up.
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The 2013 District 12 Fashion Show was a huge success. With the theme of Candy Land Couture, Live Oak County had three participants travel to Edinburg to strut their stuff on the runway. Youth advancing to the district fashion show, who enter either the Buying or Construction Division, are quizzed on their knowledge of their garment in front of a panel of judges, who are knowledgeable in that given category. Whether it be the consumer decision making skills they gained from shopping and comparing different garments or the basic construction of how they put together their ensemble, the participant must know how to answer the questions of the judges.

Another category of competition at the District Fashion Show, is Fashion Storyboard. The 4-H Fashion Storyboard is an industry-inspired method of displaying original designs. The best storyboards create vivid visual images that are interesting and appealing to viewers. The storyboard “tells the story” of the designer’s idea. The storyboard includes original illustrations and flats, as well as additional materials (such as photos from the Internet or magazines, paper, fabric swatches, patterns, etc.) that have influenced the unique design.

Participants from Live Oak County were Tara Liska, Victoria Culpepper and Nathan Culpepper. Tara was the Top Winner and will advance to state in College Station, this summer in the Senior, Buying Dressy category. Nathan entered in the Intermediate Buying Casual and received a blue ribbon, he also participated in the Non-Wearable Fashion Storyboard and was the top winner. Victoria entered the Senior Construction Casual category and received a blue ribbon, and was the runner up, she also entered the Wearable Storyboard division and received a red ribbon and runner up!
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