Fashion took center stage Friday at the Logan County Fair, with the annual ”Go Hog Wild” 4-H Fashion Revue, held at Sterling High School.
Participants in each division decorated or constructed a garment and then modeled it. The judging was based on posture, poise, grooming, attitude and the outfit on the model. This includes becomingness to the model, choice of texture, color and style, fit, and accessories.
This year’s winner in the Junior Division was Hollie Walther. She was wearing a black shirt she decorated with ribbon and butterflies out of lace. Walther received a trophy sponsored by Logan County Homemakers, a flower bouquet sponsored by Logan County Extension, and a $15 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.
Junior Reserve Champion was Ashton Nichols, who wore her jeans and a T-shirt that she decorated for her decorate your duds project. It was a teal V-neck with lace. Nichols received a $10 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.
Other participants in the Junior Division included Sadie Fehringer and Ayla Baney.
The Champion Intermediate participant was Aly Young. She wore a black, A-line skater skirt that she hand stamped a red pattern onto with a matching scooped neck shirt. Young received a trophy sponsored by Wells Fargo Advisors, a flower bouquet sponsored by Logan County Extension, and a $15 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.Kathryn Lock was named Reserve Champion in the Intermediate Division. She wore a lace and tulle skirt, embroidered lace and cotton shrug, and a cotton cami. Lock received a $10 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.
Other participants in the Intermediate Division included Andrea Marick, Charles Fehringer, Emma Baney and Lauren Fritzler.
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This year’s Senior Champion winner was Rachael Northrup. She was wearing a rustic color dress she made out of 100 percent wool with an infinity scarf she made out of the scraps from her lining. Northup received a trophy sponsored by New Method Cleaners, a flower bouquet sponsored Cattleya Floral and a $15 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations. She will be representing Logan County at this year’s State Fair Fashion Revue.
Reserve Champion in the Senior Division was Shelby Houser. Shelby’s little sister Amber modeled the navy blue, cotton dress with ruffles and a flag that Shelby refashioned for her. Houser received a $10 gift certificate sponsored by Quilts-N-Creations.
The fashion revue also included an Encore Division, which was judged on suitability of the clothing to the person, appropriateness for the occasion, and fit.
This year’s Champion Encore participant was Kathryn Lock. She was wearing a purple and emerald green western style shirt with silver threading and dark blue jean with rhinestone and sequined pockets. Her outfit was completed by the ”perfect” boots. Lock received a balloon bouquet sponsored by Colorado Popcorn Company.
Reserve Champion was Charles Fehringer, who wore a stripped blue, orange and white plaid shirt with blue jeans.
Also modeling in the Encore Division were Aly Young, Andrea Marick, Rachael Northup, Sadie Fehringer, Ashton Nichols and Lauren Fritzler.
Later in the show, the 2016 Miss Rodeo Logan County contestant, Abbey Brower, modeled a formal turquoise jacket embellished with gold and silver stones and black skirt, and one of the Little Miss participants, Emmalynn Crose, modeled a black, scalloped layered skirt and a bright red shirt covered in red sequins.
Additionally, members of the Logan County 4-H Council, including Rachael Northup, Jordan Matthews, Rylie Lewis, Kathryn Lock and Cate Brownell, modeled their 4-H outfits.
Serving as a narrator for the show was Heather Brungardt; music for the models to walk to was provided by KC’s Music and Electronics.
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