Fashion show students and staff prepare for Delta College's 11th annual fashion show, to be held outdoors this year and free to the public.
Fashion show saunters outdoors; free for public
Alex Breitler
April 30, 2018

STOCKTON — The annual fashion show returns this Friday, with a twist: It will be held outdoors, in the San Joaquin Delta College quad, and will be free to the general public.

Typically “A Story of Fashion” has been held indoors, with the show normally selling out. “This is a unique opportunity for those who have missed the show in the past to see a spectacular showcase,” said Leslie Asfour, director of Delta’s Fashion Program.

Student designers and models will be featuring original fashion collections that were pieced together over the past year. The quad in the center of campus will include a runway for models and will be transformed into a “cool and hip venue,” Asfour said.

What: “A Story of Fashion 2018”

When: Friday, May 4 at 7 p.m.

Where: The San Joaquin Delta College quad in the middle of campus

Who: Delta’s fashion students design the outfits and produce the show.

Why: This is the 11th year for Delta’s fashion show. “The Fashion Program is excited to share another team of talented and innovative design students,” Asfour said. “They combine an intuitive and individual sense of creativity, utilizing the skills they’ve learned in the classroom to bring their ideas to life.”