2011 DISTRICT 9 4-H FASHION SHOW INFORMATION

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1 DISTRICT 9 4-H FASHION SHOW INFORMATION Date: Saturday, April 16, 2010 Location: H.E.A.R.T.S. Museum, Huntsville, TX Schedule : 7:00am - 12:00 p.m Registration open 12:00 p.m. Participant, Judges, & Superintendent Orientation 1:00 p.m. Judging Begins 7:00 p.m. Modeling Practice/Line up for Style Show 7:30 p.m. Style Show will kick off Evening Activities and will include Awards Presentation Cost: $15.00 per participant, per contest. Entry: Due to the district office March 25, Entries include the following paperwork for each participant and registration on 4-H Connect. Three complete sets (the original and 2 copies) of entry paperwork per participant are required to arrive at the district office by March 25,. Please use the current entry form versions posted on the D9 4-H website. Staple each set together, then secure the three stapled sets together with a paperclip or binder clip for each participant/entry. Fashion Show entries include: - Fashion Show Entry Form - Buying Division Worksheet OR Construction Division Worksheet - Fashion Show Score Sheet with entry information filled in the top section Natural Fiber entries include: - Fashion Show Entry Form - Natural Fiber Division Worksheet - Natural Fiber Score Sheet with entry information filled in the top section Fashion Storyboard Contest Rules can be found on the District 9 4H Roundup Website. (Please register for Fashion Storyboard separate from Fashion Show) District Entry includes registration on 4-H Connect by midnight March 25, A brief description (approximately 50 words or less) about the outfit and the 4-H member Page 1

2 will be required with registration on 4-H Connect. The narrative will be used during the style show. Example: Suited for a safari is Sarah Roth, wearing a fully washable, two piece outfit from Dorby. Sarah enjoys her food and nutrition project as well as her swine project. She has been in 4-H for 5 years and is a member of the Achievers 4-H club in McGraw County. Narrator, stage design and music design entries include the application form and additional material requested (i.e. audition time, sketches, or CDs). These DO NOT require registration on 4-H Connect. The Volunteer Information Form should be included with entry paperwork submitted to the district office on March 25,. This provides contact information for volunteers to serve as judges, superintendents, tabulators and runners. County Summary List: Each county will need to submit a County Summary list. This will identify all the participants, judges, volunteers and district 4-H Council officers/members who will be involved in the District 9 Fashion Show. Send the list via or hard copy with entry paperwork to the district office by March 25,. Entry fees should be paid through 4-H Connect. Declaration of Eligibility Form: The Declaration of Eligibility Form is required and must be turned in during registration on contest day. Participants who do not turn in a completed Declaration of Eligibility Form WILL NOT be eligible to participate in the District 9 4-H Fashion Show. Significant Change in : FABRIC AND FASHION DESIGN CONTEST has been replaced by the FASHION STORYBOARD CONTEST. Significant Change in 2010 that will be continued through : In compliance with the state requirements, only 4-H members who place first in the District Natural Fiber Contest may enter the Natural Fiber Competition at State 4-H Roundup. District winners in the Fashion Show category (casual, dressy, formal, specialty) in Buying or Construction division are no longer able to compete in the Natural Fiber state level contest, unless the contestant wins the District Natural Fiber Contest specifically. If a participant is a District Fashion Show Buying or Construction winner and a District Natural Fiber winner, they will be able to compete in both contests at State 4-H Roundup during summer. It is possible for a 4-H member to participate in the district contest and potentially advance to state in only Natural Fibers. Participants choosing to compete in the Natural Fibers contest at District must complete and submit a separate Fashion Show Entry Form and Natural Fiber Worksheet, and meet all of the eligibility requirements of the state Natural Fiber contest. Natural Fiber competition will be open to all age groups and will require a separate entry forms, entry fees, and 4-H Connect registration. In a nutshell, Natural Fiber is a separate division of the fashion show, rather than an add-on to Buying or Construction, with the intent on focusing on natural fiber characteristics in particular. Page 2

3 Important notes: The top three (3) participants from each of the Buying and Construction categories at the County Fashion Show may participate in the District Fashion Show. Each county may have a total of 72 participants in Buying and Construction: 12 Senior Construction entries; 12 Senior Buying entries; 12 Intermediate Constriction entries; 12 Intermediate Buying entries; 12 Junior Construction entries; and 12 Junior Buying entries. The top three (3) participants from the Natural Fiber division at the County Fashion Show may participate in the District Fashion Show. A county may have 18 additional entries in Natural fiber: 3 Senior Cotton entries; 3 Senior Wool/Mohair entries; 3 Intermediate Cotton entries; 3 Intermediate Wool/Mohair entries; 3 Junior Cotton entries; and 3 Junior Wool/Mohair entries. Participants may also compete in the Buying and Constriction divisions of Fashion Show, however Buying and Construction Fashion Show participation is not required to participate in the Natural Fiber Competition. 4-H groups are invited to submit Music Design to be used for the Style Show. Music design can be submitted in conjunction with the stage design and/or narrator contests or separately. One hour of background music should be submitted on a CD to the district office by March H groups are invited to submit plans for the Stage Design Contest by March 25. The winning design contestant(s) will decorate the stage for the District 9 4-H Fashion Style Show. 4-H members are invited to submit applications to serve as Narrators by March 25. A written narrative about the 4-H member s garment and activities, to be used in the style show, will be required with registration on 4-H Connect. Fashion Show Forms (written materials) will be judged prior to District 9 Fashion Contest. Agents and volunteer judges will be recruited, or may volunteer, to assist with the judging of the paperwork. A Style Show will kick off the Evening Activities on Saturday, April 16,, at 7:30 p.m. on April 16,. Each participant will need to meet for winner lineup and style show practice at 7:00 p.m. All Fashion Show placing Awards will be presented during Awards Ceremony during Evening Activities on Saturday, April 16,. Numerical scores will be used to determine rankings. Scores will not be returned to agents or participants. Scores from paperwork will be combined with interview scores to determine a final score for ranking. Each county will be asked to send at least 3 volunteers to help with the fashion show, one qualified to judge in clothing and 2 other volunteers to assist the show in running smoothly, as superintendents and runners. If a county has additional volunteers who are interested in assisting, they are welcome and will be utilized to assist in the fashion show. Categories for Junior and Intermediate participants have been clarified. Please note the distinctions between ACTIVE WEAR and SPECIAL PURPOSE garments. Page 3

4 FASHION SHOW BUYING AND CONSTRUCTION Objectives: To recognize 4-H members who have excelled in clothing projects and exhibit skills in the following: Application of knowledge of fibers and fabrics to wardrobe selection. Clothing construction or comparison shopping. Fashion interpretation and understanding of style. Good grooming and poise in front of others. Modeling and presentation of themselves and their garments. CONTEST DIVISIONS Construction Division Garments may be constructed by sewing, knitting, or crocheting using new or recycled materials. Accessories may be purchased. All garments worn by a Senior participant during the interview (this means garments that are visible, for example a blouse under a jumper) must be constructed by the participant. Not all garments worn during the interview by a Junior or Intermediate participant (for example a blouse under a jumper) must be constructed. However, at least one primary component of the outfit must be constructed by the participant. Buying Division Comparison shopping may include department stores, boutiques or specialty stores, mail order catalogs, outlet stores, internet options, and professional seamstresses. Three different sources must be used (not three sections of a single store). During comparison shopping, if it is determined that paying a professional seamstress (at normal retail cost) to construct an ensemble is the best choice for purchasing a garment, list the cost of fabrics, patterns, notions, any other supplies and payment to the seamstress as the cost of the garment. Enter the appropriate information in the column headed "Garment/Ensemble Selected" on the Buying Division Worksheet All garments worn by Senior participant (this means garments that are visible, for example a blouse under a jumper) during the interview must be purchased as a result of the comparison-shopping process. Not all garments worn by a Junior or Intermediate participant (for example, a blouse under a jumper) during the interview must be purchased. However, at least one primary component of the outfit must be purchased by the participant as a result of the comparison- shopping process. Contestants are not allowed to rent items entered in the buying division. Judging in the Buying and Construction Divisions The contestant s Fashion Show Entry Form, Division worksheet, modeling, and interview will be used to evaluate knowledge and skills in the following: Quality of project activities and written materials: 25% Knowledge of fiber and fabric characteristics, uses, and care: 30% Ability to evaluate garment quality and apply knowledge: 25% Page 4

5 Appearance, fit, and interview: 20% A panel of judges will evaluate and score the entries. Formal presentations will NOT be permitted during the interview judging. Each garment category will be judged separately. A panel of judges will evaluate the information sheet and division worksheet for each contestant. Written materials will be judged separately prior to the day of the event. Participants will be interviewed by a panel of judges on the day of the event. 4-H participants will model their garment during the contestant judging. A participant may receive a penalty of 5 or more points deducted from their total score for not following all Fashion Show requirements. This includes forms that are incomplete, illegible, incorrect, or are entered in an incorrect category. If ties should occur, the ties shall be broken using partial scores in the following order: 1. Ability to evaluate garment quality and apply knowledge subtotal score. 2. Knowledge of fiber and fabric characteristics, uses, care subtotal score. 3. Appearance, fit, and fashionability subtotal score. 4. Garment meets the competition eligibility requirements. 5. Garment is well made. 6. Garment style makes good use of the fiber and fabric characteristics. 7. Modeling, poise, and grooming. 8. Garment and accessories fashionable and appropriate. 9. Fit appropriate for the body. Judges scores will be totaled by a tabulator assigned to the judging room and reviewed by the tabulation committee in the central processing room. GARMENT CATEGORIES There are four garment categories in each division. An appropriate garment category should be determined by the style, fabric, and use of the garment. Because the top three contestants from the county fashion show in each age category and division will be allowed to participate in the district fashion show, counties may use discretion to fill all three slots. A type of wild card system may be implemented if necessary. However, contestants may NOT change garment divisions between district and state contests. Garments worn at the State Fashion Show must be the same as was worn at the District Fashion Show. Senior Age Division: Each county may send 3 Senior participants in each of the following categories for the construction and buying contest: Casual - for school and casual after school activities, such as spectator sports, picnics, and casual dates. Examples are pants, jeans, shirts, or shorts and tops, jumpsuits, casual Page 5

6 or sporty dresses, skirts or pants with casual/sporty jackets, school coats, and coordinated separates. Dressy - for ensembles worn to dressy activities such as church, dinner dates, theater, banquets, & job/scholarship interviews. Examples are men's and women's suits, dressy dresses, dressy coats. Formal - limited to garments worn for formal evening events and formal weddings. This category includes tuxedos, formal gowns, wedding dresses, bridesmaids dresses. Garments in this category should not be suitable for ordinary daily activities. Specialty - limited to athletic and special purpose garments. Examples are band, pep squad, and cheerleader uniforms; athletic garments such as jogging suits, swimsuits, leotards, ski wear; theatrical and circus type costumes such as clown suits and ballet costumes. Garments in this category should not be suitable for ordinary daily activities. Junior and Intermediate Age Divisions: Each county may send 3 Junior and 3 Intermediate participants in each of the following categories for the construction and buying contest: Casual- Clothing appropriate for school and casual after school activities, such as spectator sports, picnics, and casual dates. Examples are pants, jeans, shirts, or shorts and tops, jumpsuits, casual or sporty dresses, skirts or pants with casual/sporty jackets, school coats, and coordinated separates. Dressy - Clothing appropriate for special dress up events such as church, parties, holidays, Communion, weddings, pageants, etc. ATHLETIC WEAR - Clothing appropriate for extracurricular activities and clothes that are suitable for athletically active play or participation in sports. This would include jogging suits, swimsuits and cover-ups, athletic game participation attire, dance recital outfits, special clothes for participation in livestock show, band outfits, or cheerleader outfits. SPECIAL PURPOSE - Clothing intended for limited or special use. Clothing that does not fit into one of the other categories listed. This would include bed clothes such as pajamas, robes, and night gowns, and costumes such as for Halloween or theatrical performance. FASHION SHOW NATURAL FIBER Objectives To encourage the study, promotion, and use of cotton, wool, and mohair the natural fibers produced in Texas. To recognize 4-H members who do outstanding work in a clothing project that includes the study of cotton or wool, and mohair. To recognize 4-H members who use their knowledge of natural fibers to sew or buy garments or ensembles that contain 60 percent or more cotton fiber, wool fiber, or wool and mohair fiber. Natural Fiber Competition: Page 6

7 The Natural Fiber Competition will be open to all age division participants. Participants may also compete in the Fashion Show, but are not required to do so in order to compete in the Natural Fiber Competition. A separate Fashion Show Entry Form and Natural Fibers worksheet are required if entering the Natural Fiber Competition. The entry forms must meet the eligibility requirements specified in the State 4-H Clothing packet. The entry form and worksheet should be written specifically on knowledge and skills attained related to the appropriate Natural Fiber category: Wool/Mohair or Cotton The Natural Fiber Contest has two categories; Cotton and Wool/Mohair. The entry worn at the district and state contest must be the one worn at the district contest. Accessories such as shoes, jewelry, hat, gloves, and scarfs may be changed, but changes must be included on the paperwork. The appropriate natural fiber category should be determined by the fiber content of the garment. COTTON Each garment entered must contain a minimum of 60% cotton. Knowledge of fiber characteristics, production and end use is required. WOOL/MOHAIR Each garment entered must contain a minimum of: 60% wool and 40% other fiber 60% mohair and 40% other fiber 60% blend of the two fibers and 40% other fiber 100% wool/mohair blend is also acceptable. Knowledge of fiber characteristics, production and end use is required. Judging in the Natural Fiber Category If the Fashion Show Entry Form and the Fashion Show Natural Fiber Worksheet do not show that the entry meets the eligibility requirements, the entry will be disqualified. The contestant s Fashion Show Entry Form, Fashion Show Natural Fiber Worksheet, modeling and interview will be used to evaluate knowledge about the fibers characteristics, uses in apparel, and ability to apply knowledge to the selection process. The contestant will model the garment for evaluation of the appearance, fit, and fashionability. Evaluation will be by a panel of judges. The value of each set of criteria will be: Quality of project activities and written materials of the natural fiber of their entry: 15% Knowledge of fiber characteristics and uses of the natural fiber of their entry: 40% Ability to apply knowledge: 30% Appearance, fit, and fashionability: 15% Judging - A panel of judges will evaluate and score the entries. If ties should occur, the ties shall be broken using partial scores in the following order: 1. Knowledge of fiber characteristics and uses subtotal score. Page 7

8 2. Ability to apply knowledge subtotal score. 3. Appearance, fit, and fashionability subtotal score. 4. Garment is well made. OTHER FASHION SHOW COMPONENTS Stage Design Contest This contest involves a group of up to 9 4-H members and 1 coach who will design the stage decor, provide props and materials necessary, and will set-up the stage decor for the District Fashion Show. The deadline for District entries is March 25. A senior group may enter the state competition without entering the district competition. A group entering the district competition is not required to enter the state competition. The group may include any combination of seniors, intermediates, and juniors. State competition is open to Senior 4-H members only who are not participating in another Texas 4-H Roundup competition on the day of the Texas 4-H Fashion Show. Please note the state level deadline (February 4, ) is earlier than the district deadline. For additional details refer to the State 4-H Clothing Annual Packet. Narrator Contest This contest allows 4-H members the opportunity to serve as a narrator for the District 4-H Fashion Show. The 4-H member should submit an application and a telephone number where the member can be reached. The contest is open to Junior, Intermediate, and Senior 4-Hers A committee of agents will call the applicants at a pre-arranged time for the applicant to audition over the telephone. Selection will be based on ability to read narratives aloud with minimal preparation time with appropriate voice inflection and tone to maintain a quick pace throughout the Style Show. The deadline for District entries is March 25. A Senior 4-H member may enter the state competition without entering the district competition. A member entering the district competition is not required to enter the state competition. The State Narrator Contest is open to Senior 4-H members only who are not participating in another Texas 4-H Roundup competition on the day of the Texas 4-H Fashion Show. For additional details refer to the State 4-H Clothing Annual Packet located at Also, note that the state deadline (December 30, 2010) is earlier than the district deadline. Music Design Contest This new contest for District 9 only that allows 4-H members the opportunity to design background music for the District 4-H Style Show. Individuals or teams of up to 9 4-H Page 8

9 members can submit an application. The team can include any combination of Junior, Intermediate, and Senior 4-H members. The 4-H member or team should submit an application and a CD (capable of playing on a regular CD player or laptop) with approximately 1 hour of music suitable for style show background music. CDs will not be returned. The deadline for District entries is March 25. RULES Age Division Requirements for all Fashion Show contests, divisions, and categories: 4-H members must meet the following age requirements for participation in the District 9 Fashion Show: Senior - 14 through 18 years of age as of August 31, 2010 Intermediate - 11 through 13 years of age as of August 31, 2010 Junior - 8 and in the third grade through 10 years of age as of August 31, 2010 General: Contestants may not change categories between district & state contests. A county may have three (3) entries per class in each of the age categories. Counties may use a wild card system to fill open slots for the district show. A 4-H participant can only enter one Fashion Show class at district competition in each contest: Fashion Show: Construction or Buying Natural Fiber: Cotton or Wool/Mohair No additional garments/items may be carried with the exception of props (i.e. show stick, tennis racket, golf club, corsage, teddy bear, etc.) Once a contestant has won first place at the state contest in one division, he/she is no longer eligible to compete in that division. A contestant is not eligible to participate once he/she has passed the age of 19. All garments/ensembles to be judged must have been purchased or constructed during participation in a 4-H clothing project between June 10, 2010 and the district contest. PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Participant Registration - 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Participant Orientation - 12:00 p.m. Upon arrival contestants will report to the Registration Table. Completed Declaration of Eligibility Forms MUST be turned in at registration. Name tags will be issued to wear on the Fashion Show garment and for the Style Show line up. Participants will be directed to the holding area for Participant Orientation. Maps, room assignments, and judging schedules will be printed and posted around the registration area. Page 9

10 Participants are strongly encouraged to complete personal preparation tasks (such as applying makeup, styling hair, and even dressing) before arriving. If participants do not arrive already dressed, dressing areas for males and females are provide. Attendants at the Registration Table can provide directions for the dressing room locations. Dressing areas will be limited. Please DO NOT leave clothes, etc. in the dressing areas unattended. There will be County Extension Agents or Adult Volunteers lining participants up for judging and the Style Show. Style Show modeling will be presented by judging groups during the Evening Activities that start at 7:30 p.m. Style Show Lineup will begin at 7:00 p.m. A room superintendent will tell participants when it is time to enter the judging room. Participants will have 5-minute individual interviews with the panel of judges. Participants should prepare for interview questions by reviewing the score sheet. During judging, participants should try to express confidence and smile. Participants should begin the interview with an introduction of themselves and the county they represent, and then the judges will ask their questions. A formal introductory presentation WILL NOT be allowed. If time permits - participants will have an opportunity during the last minutes of the interview to share more information about the garment with the judges. Remember to use good posture. The judges are there to offer support and they understand that participants may be a little nervous. After participants have been judged, they will be free to leave until the style show and modeling practice. All participants must return by 7:00 p.m. to line up for the style show. The Style Show will begin at 7:30 p.m. Participation ribbons, certificates and paperwork will be returned to County Agents with the county packets following the District 9 4-H Fashion Show. SPECIAL NOTES Judges and Volunteers Are Expected From Each County: Each county is asked to provide at least one qualified Fashion Show judge and two or more volunteers. Volunteers recommended to judge should have adequate clothing and textile knowledge before being asked to judge. Other volunteers do not need to be qualified in clothing. They do need to have a helpful and cooperative attitude as they will be serving as room superintendents and runners. The names and addresses of judges and volunteers are due March 25, Awards: Each participant in the District 9 4-H Fashion Show, Natural Fiber Contest, and Fashion Story Board Competition will receive a participation certificate. All participants will be ranked with quality ribbons. Blue, Red and White ribbons will be placed with the participant s paper work and returned to agents in the county packets. In the District 4-H Fashion Show Contest Buying and Construction, Natrual Fiber Contest, s th and Fashion Storyboard Contest, 1-5 place awards will be presented to participants during the awards program. One Senior from each category in construction and buying, and natural fiber cotton and Wool/mohair will be selected to represent District 9 at the Page 10

11 Texas 4-H Fashion Show. Winners in the Stage Design, Music Design, and Narrators contests will be recognized in the printed program for the District 9 Fashion Show, as well as recognized publically during the Style Show. LINKS TO RESOURCES For additional information on the clothing project: and click on the Clothing or Youth tab For Texas 4-H Roundup information visit: click on Youth, then Roundup Page 11

12 ANNOUNCEMENT OF RESULTS Results of the Fashion Show will be announced during the Awards Presentations immediately following the Style Show. Quality award ribbons will be attached to entry paperwork in the results room and will be given to Extension agents for distribution to their 4-H participants. Results will also be posted on the D9 website following the event DISTRICT 4-H FASHION SHOW COMMITTEE: Alexis Cordova, Liberty County Extension Agent, Co-Chair Lindy Pitre, Chamber County Extension Agent, Co-Chair Angela Camden, HArdin County Extension Agent Starla Garlick, Jefferson County Extension Agent Marie Kenney, Orange County Extension Agent Aaron Sumrall, San Jacinto County Extension Agent. ATTACHMENTS: 01-Fashion Show Information Letter 02-Fashion Show Entry Form 03-Buying Division Worksheet 04-Construction Division Worksheet 05-Natural Fiber Division Worksheet 06-Buying and Construction Score Sheet-Sr 07- Buying and Construction Score Sheet-Jr/Int 08-Natural Fiber Score Sheet 09-District Narrator Contest Entry Form 10-District Stage Design Contest Entry Form 11-District Music Design Contest Entry Form 12-Volunteer Information Form 13-Agent Information 14-Instructions for Judges 15-Instructions for Superintendents 16-Instructions for Tabulators 17-Instructions for Runners FS - D9 Fashion Storyboard Information Letter FS - D9 Fashion Storyboard Entry Form Page 12

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