Awardrobe Clothing Event


2015 4-H Awardrobe Clothing Event

Results of the 2015 4-H Awardrobe Clothing Event

Top 10% Fashion Revue Award Winners

·         Kyle Holubar, Johnson County

·         Emilie Burgan, Warren County

·         Ashley Schwartzhoff, Winneshiek County

·         Ardis White, Black Hawk County

Clothing Selection Recipients

·         Kelly Breja, Linn County

·         Attylissa Bailey, Marion County

·         Kaitlin Hora, Washington County

·         Cassie Vrabel, Montgomery County

·         Hannah Peterson, Webster County

·         Tess Lord, Woodbury County

·         Megan Matt, Fayette County

$15 Challenge Recipients

·         Darren Rickheim-Hiller, Washington County

·         Elise Jasper, Scott County

·         Shane Scull, Scott County

·         Devyn Alt, Johnson County

·         Jennifer Wiley, Black Hawk County

·         Kristen Kassel, Palo Alto County

Central Iowa Sewing Guild

Hannah Jorgensen, Adair County, and Cari Klein, Sioux County, were recognized for exhibiting outstanding construction skills in the fashion revue category. The recognition includes a certificate and a $25 cash award sponsored by the Central Iowa Sewing Guild.

On-Trend Award

Nicole Lowe, Benton County, and Gabbi Struchen, Hamilton County, received the On-Trend Award for creating a garment that incorporates this year’s fashion trends. Iowa State University’s Apparel, Merchandising, and Design Program sponsored the $25 gift card award and certificate.

Top 3 Percent

Emilie Burgan, Warren County, earned special recognition for ranking in the top 3 percent of Awardrobe Clothing Event participants and expressing an interest in furthering her education in the apparel, merchandising, and design; event management or hospitality management programs at Iowa State University. The Department of Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management sponsored the $500 scholarship award and certificate.


Event Categories webpage with information on the three categories of County selection: Clothing Selection, Fashion Revue, The $15 Challenge, with links to State forms

What is the Iowa State Fair 4-H Awardrobe Clothing Event?

The Iowa State Fair 4-H "Awardrobe" Clothing Event is for 4-H'ers interested in showcasing apparel design and production knowledge, as well as their creativity skills!  There are three categories within the 4-H Awardrobe Clothing Event: Clothing Selection; Fashion Revue; The $15 Challenge.


The Iowa State Fair 4-H  Awardrobe Clothing Event is held during the second week of the Iowa State Fair and  showcases youth from different regions of the state each day.  In 2015, the Awardrobe Clothing Event will be held Thursday, August 13th and  Friday, August 14th. 


The 2015 Iowa State Fair 4-H Awardrobe Clothing Event will be held at the Memorial Union on the Iowa State University campus in Ames.


During the 4-H Awardrobe Clothing Event, 4-H'ers have the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational workshops and hands-on learning tables where they learn about current fashion trends; higher education opportunities in clothing, fashion, and textiles; careers in the field of fashion and design; and the development of important life skills. Youth also get to speak one-on-one with a judge about their understanding and use of design elements and principles within their selected category.  At the end of the day, participants model their garments in a fun and exciting public runway show.


During the Awardrobe Clothing Event's Recognition Award Ceremony held immediately following the runway show, all youth will receive a green participation ribbon.  Additionally, participants ranking in the top 10% in the categories of Clothing Selection, Fashion Revue, and The $15 Challenge will be presented a $25 award sponsored by the Iowa State Fair and local retail businesses.

Further recognition is given to one individual who exhibits outstanding skills in the Fashion Revue category.  This individual will receive a $25 cash award from the Central Iowa Sewing Guild.  One participant whose garment incorporates this year’s clothing trends will also receive a $25 award from Iowa State University’s College of Human Sciences' Apparel Merchandising and Design Program.

Again this year, one inspiring participant ranking in the top 3% in the category of Clothing Selection, Fashion Revue, or The $15 Challenge and who has expressed an interest in furthering their education in the area of textiles and clothing, hospitality management, or consumer sciences will receive a $500 scholarship to Iowa State University’s College of Human Sciences' Department of Apparel, Educational Studies, and Hospitality Management.


Please contact Cayla Taylor-515-294-1877 or  or Sarah Waigand,

4-H State Fair Handbook
All 4-H Clothing Event Forms for Participants and County Staff

Volunteer to help with the 4-H Clothing Event!

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