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Enjoy an evening of cutting-edge fashion featuring the creative explorations of thirty-five emerging designers studying Apparel and Textile Design in the Department of Art, Art History, and Design at Michigan State University. This juried fashion show is a culmination of creative explorations ranging from classic to avant-garde fashion.

3/6/2015
When: Friday, March 6
Doors Open 6:00 p.m., Shows Start 7:00 p.m.
Where: Wharton Performing Arts Center, Pasant Theatre
750 East Shaw Ln.
East Lansing, Michigan  48824
United States
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Michigan State University Apparel & Textile Design Fashion Show 

Wharton Performing Arts Center, Pasant Theatre
Friday, March 6, 2015
7p [doors open at 6p)

Enjoy an evening of cutting-edge fashion featuring the creative explorations of thirty-five emerging designers studying Apparel and Textile Design in the Department of Art, Art History, and Design at Michigan State University. This juried fashion show is a culmination of creative explorations ranging from classic to avant-garde fashion. 

Before the runway premier on Friday, students were actively engaged in the design and construction process for many months. Outside the studio, these designers worked with faculty to plan the show, from model casting calls to the designer jury process. The fashion show represents a significant professional development opportunity for these future fashion designers

Awards will be presented at the close of the runway show. The judging panel includes Samantha R. Crossland of Samantha Rei’s designs, Minneapolis, MN and Matthew Richmond from The Paper Dress Code, Detroit.

The Apparel and Textile Design program emphasizes creativity and experimentation that combines design with art. Students combine fine art, couture, and technical design to create original garments, which reflect an understanding of global issues, such as sustainability and cultural dress. 

 
Tickets:
$17; general admission

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