St. Ann debuts new logo at fashion show
Eighth graders at St. Anne’s School in Arlington kick off the new school year wearing school-specific sweatshirts featuring the new logo unveiled at the August 18 fashion show.
Oriana MacGregor, director of development, admissions and marketing at the school said:
MacGregor put on a fashion show for new parents and students. Parents and students cheered them on on a sunny Thursday afternoon as the students strode down the red-carpeted runway to the music. At the fashion show, in addition to formal wear, summer clothes, winter clothes, gym clothes, sweatshirts limited to eighth graders will also appear.
“We wanted to show parents basic formal uniforms and summer options. That’s why we decided to do a fashion show,” McGregor said. “I think they’re particularly excited about her gym uniform, which she wears twice a week. It’s a comfortable outfit.” She added that the school will slowly update the uniform with the new logo. rice field.
Lenka and Steven Romeo, parents of first grader Marcus Romeo, one of the runway models, are delighted with the new logo and say they will have to innovate everything at some point. They also believe that it is very attractive and shows more of what the spirit of St. Anne’s is.
“Like any Catholic school, I think parents love the consistency of uniforms. “Kids have always been very positive about uniforms and parents have always been very positive.”
Following the fashion show, attendees enjoyed popsicles and checked out new uniforms at a pop-up shop.
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