PCC students to hold "no fashion" fashion show - Tucson News Now

PCC students to hold "no fashion" fashion show

  • Most ReadMost ReadMore>>

  • Report: Arizonans have $1B in unclaimed property

    Report: Arizonans have $1B in unclaimed property

    Tuesday, December 9 2014 8:32 PM EST2014-12-10 01:32:28 GMT
    Tuesday, March 28 2017 7:39 PM EDT2017-03-28 23:39:25 GMT
    (Source: KOLD News 13)(Source: KOLD News 13)

    More than $1 billion in unclaimed property in Arizona is just waiting for its rightful owner and that person could be you.

    More than $1 billion in unclaimed property in Arizona is just waiting for its rightful owner and that person could be you.

  • About Tucson News Now

    About Us

    About Tucson News Now Tucson News Now is the Internet home for KOLD, the CBS affiliate in Tucson and KMSB, the FOX affiliate in Tucson. On Feb. 1, 2012, Raycom Media, Inc., which owns KOLD and the Belo

    Learn more about Tucson News Now.

  • Closed captioning information

    Closed captioning information

    Tuesday, March 22 2016 4:07 PM EDT2016-03-22 20:07:47 GMT
    Tuesday, March 22 2016 4:07 PM EDT2016-03-22 20:07:47 GMT

    FCC rules require broadcast stations to make sure that complaints about closed captioning can be easily made, and addressed in a timely manner. Station point of contact information for immediate concerns

    FCC rules require broadcast stations to make sure that complaints about closed captioning can be easily made, and addressed in a timely manner. Station point of contact information for immediate concerns

TUCSON (Tucson News Now) - You're not likely to see supermodels wearing outfits thrown together in two hours, much less made out of things like tin foil, ribbons, or food.

That's the challenge of a contest coming up later this month at Pima Community College's downtown campus.  A student club, Fashion Force – The force of good, is sponsoring the "No Fashion – Fashion Show" on November 22 as a club fundraiser.

The contest is open to local high school students, who will be given a box of various items to create a garment. The challenge is to create a look with these items. The look will be modeled on a runway, and the garments rated by a panel of judges from the local fashion industry.

The cost to enter is $7 per student or $20 per group of no more than four students. The event will be held in the Amethyst Room, with preparations beginning at 3 p.m. and the show at 6:30 p.m.

The prizes include a $500 scholarship to Pima, a new Singer sewing machine and gift cards.

The club is seeking donations of pipe cleaners, aluminum foil, sewing kits, scissors and glue for the event. If you have any questions, are interested in making a donation, or want to register an individual or a team, email or phone Charlette Padilla at ctpadilla@pima.edu or call (520) 206-7206. 

Copyright 2013 Tucson News Now. All rights reserved.

  • Local newsMore>>

  • Final day to weigh in on changes to AHCCCS

    Final day to weigh in on changes to AHCCCS

    Wednesday, March 29 2017 9:17 AM EDT2017-03-29 13:17:46 GMT

    Wednesday is the final day to weigh in on possible changes to Arizona’s Medicaid program. Since the American Health Care Act was pulled, the Affordable Care Act is still implemented,

    Wednesday is the final day to weigh in on possible changes to Arizona’s Medicaid program. Since the American Health Care Act was pulled, the Affordable Care Act is still implemented, which means the Medicaid program continues. However, states can use the 1115 waiver to change Medicaid requirements on a state level. 

  • breaking

    Tucson police asking for help locating missing endangered teen

    Tucson police asking for help locating missing endangered teen

    Wednesday, March 29 2017 12:53 AM EDT2017-03-29 04:53:33 GMT

    The Tucson Police Department is asking for the public's help locating 17-year-old Anthony Garcia. The teen is described as Hispanic, 5'10" tall, weighing 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Although he is in his late teens, according to the release, he has special needs and functions at a much younger age.  

    The Tucson Police Department is asking for the public's help locating 17-year-old Anthony Garcia. The teen is described as Hispanic, 5'10" tall, weighing 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Although he is in his late teens, according to the release, he has special needs and functions at a much younger age.  

  • breaking

    Interim Superintendent appointed for TUSD

    Interim Superintendent appointed for TUSD

    Wednesday, March 29 2017 12:17 AM EDT2017-03-29 04:17:50 GMT
    Dr. Gabriel Trujillo, interim Superintendent for Tucson Unified School District. (Source: Tucson News Now)Dr. Gabriel Trujillo, interim Superintendent for Tucson Unified School District. (Source: Tucson News Now)

    This appointment is effective immediately, according to a TUSD tweet.  

    This appointment is effective immediately, according to a TUSD tweet.  

Powered by Frankly