Hey guys, so this Friday my school is having a fashion show, and it's my job to light it up. I've got the lighting plot, 32 pars on 8 trusses, blah blah blah. None of that is new to me. My question/issue is, the colors/setup. So far I'm basically making 6 cooly-aimed washes, blue, purple, green, red, yellow, and orange. As the models walk down the "catwalk" (just the front of the stage it would seem), they are going to be backlit by the pars, and frontlit by our lekos. I was just wondering if this made sense. I think I'm going to go to the rehearsals in order to get the basic color scheme of each dress, and then light up the stage in a complimentary color of the dress. I'm also going to raise the color temperature of our lekos (they're pretty yellow 750w EGG's), and then light the models with a 45-45 front angle setup. So does this make sense to everyone? I've never done a fashion show specifically, so in the past the outfits that the people have been wearing haven't had so much importance. Any other thoughts/such? All sound good?