Dance and Fashion

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Danceable Fashion or Fashionable Dance: Either way, it works!

A Concept Paper Presented to Prof. Robert Rodriguez
Division of Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences
University of the Philippines in the Visayas, Miagao, Iloilo

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
For the Course in Communications 2

By
Nohr Malynne Tabares
February 5, 2013

There’s an exciting fashion trend happening – dance. The dance and fashion industries seem to be increasingly joining forces, with dance companies commissioning high profile designers and fashion labels turning to dancers to optimally show off their clothes. The collision of the worlds of fashion and dance creates alchemy beyond the reach of either one alone. Fashion is made to move in the
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And who doesn't wish of becoming one? This job has all the perks. The star treatment, the attractive salary, the designer clothing, the great figure and desirable features, liaising with the rich and famous, being whisked off to exotic destinations. So many young women from all areas of the world aspire to become a supermodel and have the lifestyle they dream of. However, due to the appeal of the job role it is no wonder there is such stiff competition.
Being both dancer and a supermodel is quite difficult. But in today’s generation there are some people who are lucky enough to have these talents that some may not have even one of those. This people have that confidence and charisma to be able to combine the two major forces of arts that could influence the audience and the society as well. The people whom I talking about is Coco Rocha and Karlie Kloss they are powerful in their own ways through their talents and in that way could amazed us.
Introducing the beautiful, popular and charismatic supermodel and Irish dancer – Coco Rocha. Discovered at the young age of fourteen by agent Charles Stuart, Coco (born Mikhaila Rocha on September 10, 1988) had never considered modeling or fashion as particular interests, She is trained in ballet from age 4 and planned to become a professional dancer until she was spotted at an Irish dance competition in Vancouver, British Columbia, her hometown. Born in Toronto, Ontario, Coco grew up

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