Vince Camuto invaded the Memorial Union Wednesday bringing the crowd a glimpse at his spring and summer collections.
The looks were colorful, fun, flirty and a perfect addition to any wardrobe.
Models in their Vince Camuto attire.
The best thing about these pieces is that they are easily updated with a blazer, different shoes and jewelry. The versatility of the pieces make them a must have for any fashionistas wardrobe.
This crisp, white dress with colorful accessories is a great summer staple.
Vince Camuto, Campus Manager, Tara Molina liked the navy and white polka dot jumper best.
A navy and white jumper is a great summer addition.
“It is so fun and flirty and great for spring,” said Molina.
And, she is right. The navy and white is a classic color combination that can be worn through the seasons with a few little adjustments like a denim jacket, brown boots, or bright accessories.
My favorite look from the evening was this strapless, draped, color blocked dress.
This color blocked dress is on trend and perfect for any occasion.
I can see this dress being worn to a summer wedding, a graduation ceremony, or a night out with your girlfriends.
Molina, a broadcast journalism sophomore not only helps promote Vince Camuto on campus, she also put together the fashion show.
“That’s what is the most fun about this job, I get to plan events like this,” said Molina.
And a great event it was. There was food, music, goodie bags, and raffle giveaways.
A few boys even made it out to the event like Construction Management Sophomore, Daniel Coronado.
“This isn’t my usual Wednesday night event, but I am here supporting my girlfriend who is modeling,” said Coronado. “I’m excited to see her walk down the runway.”
Coronado even gave a few flirty yells as his girlfriend strutted past him.
And, it wouldn’t have been a real fashion show without a few models stumbling off the runway. Only one actually fell though, so overall it was a successful night.
This was the first year that Vince Camuto has been on ASU’s campus and we look forward to next year’s events.