The judging of the Fashion Revue will he held prior to the Fair.
1. All members are eligible and encouraged to participate in the County Fashion Revue. However, only those participants in grades 8 thru 12 as of January 1 of the calendar year are eligible for State Fair consideration. Junior and Senior division participants must be present at Fashion Revue judging. No videos will be allowed.
2. Garments modeled must have been made by the participants since the previous year's exhibit, and must have been entered for Sewing construction judging to be eligible for Fashion Revue.
3. Garments made for 4-H Crafts project may be modeled in Fashion Revue when-ever the finished garments meet the requirements of a Fashion Revue classification.
4. Members who are in grades 3 through 7 will participate in Jr. Division. Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons will be given in Grades 3 thru 7, from the Honor Group.
5. Members who are in grades 8 through 12 will participate in the Senior Division. State Fair and Alternate for State Fair in each classification will be selected. Honor group may be selected. Senior division members may enter more than one (1) category of Fashion Revue, but may only represent Noble County at State Fair in one (1) category.
6. State Fashion Revue is open to six entrants per county, one winner in each of six categories. On the county level, if there are no entries in a category, counties may send a second participant to the State Fashion Revue from another category. In addition, each entrant submits a special information questionnaire provided each year by the State 4-H Department and is available at the County Extension Office. State Fashion Revue judging will be held on the first Friday in August at the State Fairgrounds.
7. Senior participants must be present on stage at Public Fashion Revue in order to be eligible as a contestant in State Fashion Revue. Classifications are as follows:
GRADE GARMENT MODELED
3 Elasticized skirt, pants or shorts.
4 Pants, shorts or skirt, or simple shirt, or BBQ apron.
5 Simple sun dress or jumper or shirt with sleeves, or 2 piece PJ's.
6 Complete 2 piece outfit
7 School or Sports outfit.
SENIOR FASHION REVUE CLASSIFICATIONS
Handcrafted garments should be modeled in the appropriate class.
INFORMAL OR CASUAL WEAR: A complete outfit of 1 or 2 pieces suitable for school, week end, or casual, informal activities.
DRESS-UP: This is suitable for special, church, or social occasions which are not considered to be formal. It may be an outfit of one or more
pieces with or without its own costume coat or jacket (lined or
unlined). This is not an outfit which would be worn to school,
weekend, or casual, informal activities.
FREE CHOICE: A complete outfit comprised of garments which do not fit in the other classifications. Examples include: tennis wear, swim wear or other active sports wear; lounge wear; riding habits; historic, dance, theatrical, or international costumes; and unlined coats.
SUIT OR COAT: The suit consists of two pieces including a skirt or pants and its own lined jacket. It is not a dress with jacket, as in “dress up wear”. The coat is a separate lined coat. It will be judged separately as a coat with its own accessories.
SEPARATES: Consists of three garments which must be worn as a
coordinated complete outfit. Each piece should be versatile enough to be worn with other garments in your wardrobe.
FORMAL WEAR: This outfit may be one or more pieces suitable for any formal occasion, such as proms, weddings, and formal
NOTE: An "Outfit" is defined as a garment or garments that, when put together, make a complete look, such as a one or two piece dress, a one or two piece pant suit, or a three piece combination such as pants, vest and a blouse or shirt. The outfit exhibited should not include more than 4 pieces. A combination such as a skirt and vest or pants and button-less jacket is not therefore considered an outfit because a third piece is needed for a complete look.