The Logan Valley Mall has brought more than a dozen fashion-savvy students together from across the area as part of the mall's inaugural Style Club, a program for local teens with a flare for fashion, interest in retail and desire to contribute to the community. The teens were selected from schools throughout the region to take part in the production of, and participate in fashion shows, special events and community service projects on behalf of Logan Valley Mall.
In return for their participation, the mall provides members with monthly programs to promote self-development, such as informal and runway modeling; hair, make-up and skin care workshops; and etiquette and healthy habits workshops.
Logan Valley Mall's first Style Club members are Hannah Hollibaugh of Huntingdon, Hope Mazeika of Ebensburg, Morgan Johnson of Loysburg, Nicole Triest of Altoona, Jenna Supp of Hollidaysburg, Jessica Zeak of Altoona, Maise Supp of Hollidaysburg, Gabrielle Gironda of Ebensburg, Olivia Gaily of Tyrone, Falon Morris of Hollidaysburg, Steve Sloan of Ebensburg, Julianne Biddle of Altoona and Rebekah McCoy of Duncansville.
Logan Valley Mall’s first Style Club members include Steve Sloan (front); and (from left): seated — Maise Supp, Gabrielle Gironda, Olivia Gaily and Falon Morris; standing — Hannah Hollibaugh, Hope Mazeika, Morgan Johnson, Nicole Triest, Jenna Supp and Jessica Zeak. Absent from the photo are Julianne Biddle and Rebekah McCoy.
The Style Club's Back to School Fashion Show will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in the JCPenney Court. Logan Valley Mall's Style Club will walk the catwalk modeling fall's fabulous fashion finds from Aeropostale, Body Central, Buckle, Deb, Gap, Hot Topic, JCPenney, Old Navy, Payless, rue21, Strawberry, Victoria's Secret and more. Logan Valley Mall is owned and managed by Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust.