The Bowdoin Asian Students Association last weekend presented its annual ASA Fashion Show. A tradition on Bowdoin’s campus since the late 1980s, the show every year is a well-attended event. In recent years, the show has coincided with accepted students’ “Experience Weekend” as a way to welcome prospective students to Bowdoin.
The fashion show is designed to show off the diversity of Bowdoin students. “The ASA Fashion Show started as a way to showcase the diverse talents and culture of Bowdoin students,” said ASA Senior Class Representative Peggy Zhao ’13. “We entertain Bowdoin students through a showcase of traditional costumes of different cultures, dance performances and a music performance.”