The Art Institute of California Inland Empire will host its first Fashion Empire fashion show, titled MOOD INDIGO! Saturday, June 6, from 5-9 p.m. at the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center.
The evening will feature Cirque du Soleil-style entertainment, a beauty bar where guests can sample products and get beauty advice from sponsor Jade Aveda, music by DJ Pelau and DJ Nicky Savage and the runway show, which has a denim theme.
"The festivities lead up to a runway fashion show featuring professional models wearing fashions created by students of The Art Institute of California - Inland Empire Fashion Design program," said Sherry West, academic director for fashion. "The show will also feature selected fashions from Miss Me Jeans and Bebe' Fashions."
Quyenzi Pham, CEO of Q. Zi Productions, Inc. is producing the show.
"We just launched our fashion degree programs - fashion design and fashion retail merchandising - a little less than a year ago," said John Berry, director of public relations at the institute. "One of the reasons for this show is to get the word out that we have these degree programs."
For more information on the show visit www.fashionempire2009.com.