On Sunday, April 27th around 4:00 P.M. students gathered outside of Lane University Center to support Frostburg's very own Visual Couture models. Female and Male students dressed their finest to show the upmost respect to this year’s show. The speakers boomed and the crowd cheered as the lights dimmed and Junior’s Jamal McDaniel and Quinton Brown took stage. “Salute!” Quinton yelled. “Who wants a shout out?” Jamal screamed. “Where my friends at?” The crowd began to cheer and applaud since of course everyone wanted a shout out. “Where my man trippy at?” Jamal yelled. Coming from the center section of the Armah J’monnie Walker replied, “I’m right here Mal. What’s up?” After Jamal and Quinton made a star first appearance they continued back stage and let the models take the runway. A slide show appeared of all model’s presenting what they thought being a Visual Couture model really meant. Some said goofy, while others said diverse. The lights dimmed again and three models in elegant purple gowns strutted their stuff. There was no doubt that they showed everyone what Visual Couture was really about. Models made the way down the runway one by one and at the end of each run the designer would come out and take a bow, as well as each model one last time. Visual Couture even modeled a student clothing line by the name of DAFT. They also modeled designers such as, Corjor International, and Dramatic Fanatic.
To support Frostburg’s very own DAFT clothing line you may visit it’s website by clicking here.