Sistuhs and Make a Wish put on first ever fashion show
by Chris Perez
edited by Amanda Panaro
The Sistuhs club and Make a Wish Foundation put on their annual fashion show here at Franklin Pierce University. The show got off to somewhat of a rocky start 15 minutes later than expected but you wouldn’t know that by how well the models (both guys and gals) presented themselves to the crowd of 62 people.
True to the original sense of chivalry the men let the ladies go first and what a first it was. From the start there was an air of confidence about every single young woman who walked down the runway and showed her stuff.
Once a few of the ladies had made the walk the guys got their chance… And proceeded to take it as an opportunity to put their “swagger” on.
Joseph Landini got involved as the only male organizer to help out Sistuhs and bring awareness to the Make a Wish Foundation. “The Sistuhs group has always been one of the greatest groups on campus and Make a Wish Foundation is just tops when it comes to charity and helping people out. This is sort of my way of giving back to a great group as well as another charity,” said Landini.
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