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This window display introduced Spring 2016 by featuring mannequins dressed with structured, high contrast, origami inspired pleated merchandise. Extra large white floral topiary balls served as fabulous head pieces which were surrounded by hundreds of delicate butterflies. Twenty intricate paper globe lights, which replicated the props used in the fashion imagery, filled the 450 square foot space.

Students worked diligently over a two day weekend to complete the entire project.

Challenges faced included suspending butterflies to look like they were in flight and assembling all the lights to meet our tight deadline. High-end origami inspired merchandise was easy to locate but well above our price range, so, students created their own folded embellishments to stay on theme and on budget.

Window Installation Team
Laura Angus - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Sebastian Blagdon - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Melanie Crichton - Fashion Arts Alumni
Gwen Cullin - Graphic Design
Seerlee Dinnall-Archer - Fashion Arts Alumni & Fashion Management
Maria Jose Garcia - Fashion Arts Alumni
Jolisa Gauthier - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Nicole Hildreth - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Mandi Hutchinson - Creative Photography
Amanda Jacques - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Cindy Marfo - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Kristeen Marshall - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Samantha Samuel - Fashion Arts Alumni
Harsimran Sira - Creative Photography
Shaniece Sylva - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Thalisa Walker - Fashion Arts, 2nd Year
Aleda Wedekind - Fashion Arts, 1st Year

Fashion Photographer
Mike Lewis

Mimi, Elmer Olsen Model Management

Window Display Photographer
James Doiron 

Wardrobe Styling
Alexandria Sim

Makeup Styling
Paula Dajnarowicz

Makeup Styling Assistant
Alysha Villegas 

Sebastian Blagdon

Hair Styling Assistant
Melanie Crichton

Set Design
Valerie Caravaggio
Victoria Papa

Art Direction
Jordan Cutmore

Faculty Support
Kim Rich

Program Coordinator
Cheryl Mitchell

Assocaite Dean, Faculty of Business
James Cullin