Models display red-and-black ensembles the 2010 EPIC Rocks Fashion Show.
Fashionistas in need of a dose of the latest trends are sure to get exactly what the designers ordered at the 4th Annual Epic Rocks Fashion show Saturday at Grand Aire Hangar at the Toledo Express Airport.
This weekend's event promises to be a multi-media fashion affair with high energy, entertainment, and stylish threads.
"We wanted to bring something unique to the community, something you don't see in Toledo, Ohio," said Paulette Cousino, director of EPIC Toledo, the organization that puts on the show.
EPIC Toledo is a project of the Chamber of Commerce and was started in 2007 to attract and retain young professionals in the Toledo area. EPIC stands for "encouraging people, inspiring change."
The organization features more than 1,000 individual members and 40 corporate members.
The fashion show will feature local models ripping the runway in some of fall's hottest fashions in a choreographed show by Wendi Davis of SB Entertainment Group.
"The fashions featured will be the latest trends for fall 2011 from our boutiques which carry many designer brands," Ms. Cousino said. "We also have an added twist by showcasing the fashions from Harley Davidson."
The Harley Davidson collection is loaded with leather jackets and vests and gloves and boots with metal hardware.
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