Students posing for â€œLifeâ€ on the south side of Main Street. (Photo--courtesy of Nicholas Langlois.)
Students posing as â€œClueâ€ characters on the north side of Main Street. (Photo--courtesy of Nicholas Langlois.)
October 12, 2012
MIDLAND, MI – Northwood University students posed as mannequins in Midland’s downtown store windows on Thursday, October 11. This was the 35th year that students in Northwood’s Fashion Marketing & Management program have participated in the event cosponsored by the Midland Downtown Development Authority. Spectators enjoyed the many decorated windows in spite of the threatening rain.
While the fashion students chose the theme, “The Style of Life… Come Play the Game of Fashion,” the way each group interpreted it left for a wide range of imagination. The windows were graded and judged in categories. The winners are below:
Best Authentic Interpretation: All “Clue” windows on the north side of the street.
Best Models: Wolverine Bank “Ballroom” with models Devon Corby, Megan Montgomery and Megan Coucher and Chemical Bank “Family Game Night: Monopoly” with models Kate Baker, Jaclyn Suchata, Samantha Watson and Austin Curtis.
Professor’s Choice for Best Models: Espresso Milano “Ice Cream Sea” with models Mary Nickels, Jennifer Kirk and Allison Vezina.
Best Color: Great Lakes Financial “Twister” with models Alec Rodino, Amee Cox and Emily Vergin and Journeys “Uno” with models Jordan Walker, John McKeown, Derek Allison and Casey Boyle.
Best Props: All of the “Clue” windows on the north side of the street.
Honorable Mention for Best Props: Health Hut “Operation” with model Tiffany Biro.
Best Overall: “Life” windows on the south side of the street.
Honorable Mention for Best Overall: Chemical Bank “Family Game Night: Monopoly” with models Kate Baker, Jaclyn Suchata, Samantha Wilson and Austin Curtis.
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