What’s 4-H Fashion Revue? 4-H Fashion Revue is a competitive event for youth enrolled in 4-H clothing and textile projects. As a part of these projects, youth learn about and practice clothing construction, consumerism, appearance, grooming habits, clothing selections and more. Youth have the opportunity to demonstrate what they've learned during county and state 4-H Fashion Revues. Build your self confidence. Select or construct a garment from your wardrobe. Practice poise and presentation skills while modeling. Objectives An opportunity to demonstrate skills and knowledge of clothing and textile construction and consumerism A reflection of the fashion trends of young people A learning experience in dressing and grooming for the "total" look An educational workshop for learning to project a smile, enthusiasm and poise, and help build self-confidence An opportunity for each 4-H participant to involve his or her special talents You can enter Fashion Revue with a purchased garment in the Ready to Wear category. Part of the judging for this class is how you provided yourself with a garment that met a need, but was economical. Or you can make your garment. If you enter the constructed class, you must have made the outfit yourself using a sewing machine, hand stitching, weaving, knitting, crocheting, etc. Classes are available for clothing you have made yourself, or clothing you have purchased. * Lounge wear *Costume *Formal Wear *Business Members will dress in their garment and interview with a panel of judges. After judging and practice on the runway, youth will walk the runway to a script they have written themselves just like a real fashion show. For more information on Fashion Revue, contact: Allegany County 4-H One Commerce Drive Cumberland, MD 21502 301-724-3320 University of Maryland Extension programs are open to all citizens without regard to race, color, gender, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, or national origin.