Fashion Tribe

"Le Reve" the starting point for HCC designers

April 29th, 2012

hcc3Nadine Kam photos
A model for a junior designer walked down runway during the Honolulu Community College fashion show "Le Reve."

Here's a look at the Honolulu Community College senior fashion shows from "Le Reve," that took place April 28 at the wonderful waterfront venue of HCC's Marine Education & Training Center at Sand Island.

hccdtdDesigner Ramie Mariko Sagisi, with flowers, with models for her "Dawn Till Dusk" collection.

hcc tentThe tent as guests arrived.
hccwaterfrontThe waterfront setting made it perfect for photographing Jessica O'Neill's "Fire and Ice" swimsuits after the show.

hcc viewThe view before dark.


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hcc calebCaleb Shinobi posed for photographers after the show.

hcccamoBefore the show, guests could browse designs that included this camouflage gown created by Jcqueline Miszuk from the Army Combat Uniform worn by the designer during her deployment to Iraq, where she worked as a combat medic.

hcc southThere was also a silent auction of items, including this bag donated by Fashion Technology alumnus Andy South.

hcc casaAndy's "Project Runway" Season 8 fellow contestant Casanova also contributed his spiked bag to the silent auction.

hccidCarmen Lee's (third from left) "Identity" collection.

hccjrOne of the junior looks worn by Salem Sipes.


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hcc2One of the looks by a junior designer.
hcc1Another junior ensemble.

hccleanoJunior designer Randy Leaño sent his trashbag wedding gown down the runway.
leano2Leaño, with two of his models, wears one of his own zipper creations.

hccmensAnother of Leaño's men's looks.

hcc springrollSpringrolls on the buffet line.

hcc chickenSpicy Korean chicken.

hcc kimchiWith Korean chicken there must be kim chee.

hcc cupcakesCupcakes for dessert.

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