The Art Institute of Austin Spring Student Fashion Show Set for June 8th

The fashion show will showcase six of Have Austin’s talented fashion students, each displaying two to three of their favorite designs created this past term. Led by Ai Austin Fashion Faculty Karen Bravo, the show’s production will be managed by Mia Moralesa Fashion & Retail Management student from San Antonio, TX who will be assisting Bravo. After the show, student designers will welcome questions about current designs and upcoming trends through a meet and greet session.

“This show is an end-of-term celebration of the students’ hard work, and an opportunity for them to show off what they have learned during this term,” Bravo said.

The six (6) Ai Austin Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design students selected to showcase their work, include:

  • Already Wrighta sophomore in fashion design who is originally from Baltimorewill be showing pieces with a touch of texture, color, and prints blended into a rebellious style.
  • Elly Abelsa junior in fashion design from Austin, TXwill be showing pieces inspired by 60s mod fashion, with a bright, colorful presence.
  • Anntionette Davisa junior in fashion design from georgiawill be showing edgy street chic separates that can be dressed up or down.
  • Naomi Hollara freshman in fashion design from Austin, TXis an aspiring sustainable designer who will be showing pieces that fabricate internal emotions into physical fashion designs.
  • Kadajza Griffin, a sophomore in fashion design from georgiawill be showing pieces where modern meets streetwear infused with glamor.
  • Kenah Fuller, a senior in fashion design from Austin, TXwill be showing pieces using luxury materials, juxtaposing masculine and feminine pieces into one-of-a-kind couture designs.

“Our students in the Pattern Making / Draping and Construction courses have learned the basics of pattern making, draping, and construction over 10 weeks, making a basic bodice, pencil skirt, dresses, and pants, as well as a bias-cut dress inspired by French designer Madeleine Vionnet“added Bravo.” The audience will see the student’s interpretations of what they learned this term and their runway show is highly anticipated. “

The Spring Student Fashion Show is open to the public and offered at no charge.

When: Wednesday, June 8th from 5:30-7pm. Doors open at 5pm with refreshments, and the fashion show will be followed by social time with the designers until 7pm.

Where: Lost Pines Art Center, 1204 Chestnut St, Bastrop, TX 78602

The show will also be available to the public via livestream at Ai Austin’s Instagram page, @Ai_Austin.

To learn more about The Art Institute of Austin, visit www.artinstitutes.edu/austin.

The Art Institute of Austin
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