Monday, April 11, 2011

Haute Couture Club Fashion Show 2011 - Big Success!



I'm back! The fashion show was outstanding! Hooray for Hollywood was our theme this year. The segments included: Out of Africa, Wall Street, Dr. Zhivago, Going My Way, American Beauty, Around The World in 80 Days, My Fair Lady, Some Like It Hot, Devil Wears Prada, Breakfast at Tiffany (LBD's), The Time Machine, and The Red Carpet.

The spectators were excited and awed by the designs. With more than 90 garments in the lineup the creative ladies really strutted their stuff down the runway with pride. There was a little bit of everything, from classic sophistication to Nouveau riche chic. All in all a great show.




What made this show extra special for me was Ann, Liana, Kay, Nancy , and Patti Ferguson were there. It was wonderful to have these special ladies in the house. Jackie Hamb was also in attendance accompanied by her daughters. Sadly, I didn't have a chance to chat with her.

I thank you all for coming to the show. Next year... Yes I'm already thinking about next year. I'm encouraging you to attend. You'll like it. wink, wink. While in Chicago, take a look around. It's beautiful. There are countless restaurants, museums, clubs, and theatres to enjoy. Some of them are even free on certain days, so make it a mini vacation.

Now I can start to review my fashion show garments. I had a total of eight, six new and two I made before 2011.

Stay Tuned!

Happy Sewing,
C

4 comments:

patti said...

Cennetta, thanks so much for all your hard work to make the show a success--backstage and onstage. Your garments were spectacular! So glad you sat at our table. Can hardly wait for next year!

Sheila said...

Glad you had a awesome turnout and looking forward to your garments.

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

Sounds like it was a super wonderful time. Can't wait to see your garments :)

AllisonC said...

Congratulations on a successful show, it sounds like you even enjoyed it too! Look forward to seeing your reviews!

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