The Cazenovia College 44th Annual Fashion Show: A Modern Masquerade is underway and the Fashion Show Production Class is excited to present their work in April. The show is student run, involves multiple people, and many different tasks need to be completed for the show to run smoothly. These tasks and their difference in nature is why the class splits into three groups - the production team, marketing team, and model and merchandising team.

This year's class is different in respect to the fact that these teams are being led by seniors as part of their Senior Capstone. This is the first year that the class is being offered as a capstone and is a big opportunity for the students involved. Alongside offering leadership experience, the show is a way to learn event planning and production as it relates to the fashion industry.

Alongside all of the hard work the fashion show production class puts in, pulling off the show involves help from many students outside of the fashion department. Each year the class receives volunteers that assist the day of the show and help make sure everything goes smoothly. The class is also assisted by photography students, whose expertise allows the promotional posters look flawless.

Of course, the show wouldn't be possible without the help from multiple campus offices and the guidance of Lee Beals, visiting instructor, and Megan Lawson-Clark, assistant professor.

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