Unit 2D: Manage Public Showing

Evidence of our fashion show.

The fashion show will be shown to a school audience within the Bernadine Hall, at 1:00pm on the 22nd March, as previously mentioned. As well as the promotional material, on the day I will be in charge of leading students into sitting in an organised and tidy format, and helping models walk out onto the runway. Ashley prepared an order sheet which she will use to send the models out. Chloe will manage the lighting and sound, Brooke will guide premises with her floorpan and Tina will help in setting up the display boards which will act as the catwalk's wings, where models will enter and exit. Ashley and Tino will also make sure models are ready on time. Originally we had planned for the models to wear makeup and have their hair styled, but when we realised we would be short on time we changed this to a minimal amount of makeup that they will have to wash off after (to avoid being caught by teachers in their afternoon lessons) and no styled hair to save time. We asked a few years twelves to take photos on the day so we had evidence for our project. We made sure a first aider will be on site and members of premises if any technological issues arise. Before the show, around a week before, I asked a few friends to help me raise awareness of the show by pinning posters to places that were often crowded or noticeable - I have displayed an example of one of the posters above. 

(Post-event edit)

Organising the younger years and equipment, both in the lead up to the event and at the event itself, proved a challenge that exercised our leadership qualities. With the amount of issues we faced - especially at the last minute - patience, and the ability to work calmly under stress, were tested. However, on the day of the fashion show, which I believe was a success, it showed we had strongly developed our ability to communicate, our ability to work efficiently within a group, and our capability at teaching and directing younger peers. In order to collect feedback, we will send out a message to other forms and ask them to send back what they thought of the show (shown above).


Harriet Overell

Harriet Overell

I am 17 years old and hope to pursue Video Game Design as a career path. I hope to attend university later this year, and use my place in the game design community to inspire others as much as previous games have inspired me.
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  • Luke Taylor

    On 23 April 2018, 10:51 Luke Taylor Voice Reporter commented:

    These look absolutely amazing!!

  • Emrys Green

    On 27 April 2018, 10:21 Emrys Green Voice Team commented:

    Looks like you put on a great fashion show Harriet!

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