DSC to stage ‘dress to impress’ fashion show

The Department of Student Affairs of the Dominica State College has announced the staging of the first ever “Dress to Impress Fashion Show.”

The event is being organized by the Career Development Coordinator, Miss Ellena Bowers.

The fashion show is meant to showcase to the DSC students, who will soon be entering the world work, different ways to dress professionally while still embracing their sense of style. In addition to the fashion show, the DSC also carries out biweekly seminars for students on topics such as ‘Do’s and Don’ts at an Interview’, ‘Resolving Conflict in the Workplace’ and ‘Workplace Etiquette.’ The fashion show is a continuation of the work that the department is doing to ensure that DSC students are well prepared for their professional lives after they leave the college.

The Dominica State College is partnering, in this venture, with Ramon’s Men and Women’s Clothing on Cork Street and Faithful Hands Boutique on Independence Street . Guiyave Restaurant and Patisserie is also a sponsor of the event.

The fashion show will be held on Thursday, 11th April 2019 at 11:45 am at the DSC Upper Campus in Stockfarm and will feature both male and female models who attend the DSC.

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3 Comments

  1. NEP
    April 11, 2019

    I don’t think there’s any need for this except to avert the fact that there are no jobs waiting for them in Dominica and you don’t need to dress to impress under the NEP program which is the closest they will get to permanent employment :cry:

  2. Watching
    April 10, 2019

    Its sad that we are more we are more concerned about adorning only the outward…it should be equal. Inside out…Some people are elegantly dress and their attitude is a disgrace.

  3. Just Saying
    April 9, 2019

    This is a very good initiative on the college part. sadly to say however that the reason why most persons dont dress to impress is that they cant afford to do so on their salary. and i am not taking about those persons who spend hundreds on new outfits for every festive event, when you waste money for carnival costumes over $1000.00 the last thing on their mind is dressing to impress.

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