LCTI hosts annual DECA prom fashion show

Students models gathered for a group photo after the 2019 DECA Prom Fashion Show.

SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. | Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students strutted their stuff Friday (March 22) in the sixth annual Lehigh DECA Prom Fashion Show. The event featured the hottest looks of prom season 2019, as well as professional attire guaranteed to help students score the perfect summer internship.

About 30 members of DECA, one of LCTI’s seven career and technical student organizations, walked in the fashion show for an audience of fellow students and school staff. The show featured clothes provided by Le Femme Boutique, of Allentown, and Men’s Wearhouse, of Whitehall Township, as well as hair and makeup by LCTI’s Cosmetology students.

Marketing & Business Education teacher and Lehigh DECA advisor Cyndee Barkley helped students organize the fashion show, which was held in the school’s small cafeteria. Web Design/Web Programming teacher Joe Peregrin served as the show emcee.

The following students modeled prom looks and professional attire in the fashion show:

William Allen High School

  • John Batista
  • Isabel Figueroa
  • Alexandra Garcia
  • Justin Garcia
  • Lucky Luciano
  • Brandon Medina
  • Loan Phung
  • Deyona Roberts

Louis E. Dieruff High School

  • Leilani Freeman
  • Jose Garcia
  • Luis Martinez
  • Emily Reales
  • Wanda Flores Suarez
  • Kharisma Williams

Catasauqua High School

  • Dylan Gino
  • Hope Gino

Emmaus High School

  • Kirsten Bower
  • Kam Rijos

Parkland High School

  • Sarah Green
  • Najah Kegler
  • Brianna Kurucz
  • Amber Strong
  • Brianna Woodham

Southern Lehigh High School 

  • Breanna Stalitz

Whitehall High School

  • Katlyn Bilder
  • Tehron Morris
  • Da’Yeem Robertson

Congratulations to the DECA squad on another successful prom fashion show!

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