The third annual Vaudeville Fashion Design Show will take place on Mar. 5. The show contains 10 scenes, each created by Dalhousie and King’s designers.
The designers sew all the dresses – none are bought from a store. Scenes include themes of hunting, pop art and the mountains.
Models from Dal/King’s will show the clothes of the home-grown designers. Some scenes require more dancing than others.
The show has a strict policy not to judge models based on appearance. All genders, sexual orientations and body types are welcome.
“You don’t have to look like Karlie Kloss to model,” said Vaudeville President Courtney Edwards. “The clothes are made to fit your body.”
Tickets are available via the Vaudeville Fashion Design Show 2016 event page on Facebook.