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Fashion Students Turn Uncertainty into Innovation

By Evelyn Albanese

The future of the Fashion Event Production classes’ annual fashion show was uncertain this season. Each day offered a new set of challenges due to the global pandemic, however, this taught the graduating class the meaning of resilience, perseverance, and creativity.

Roger Gingerich, of the Fashion Event Production course, states “I could not be prouder of my students this year as they were the stars of the fashion show. The theme this season was named Survival @ Home, and the three parts of Loungewear, Streetwear, and Eveningwear truly reflect the current state the graduating class is in. Loungewear, where we are all in lockdown mode in our homes, Streetwear where we will slowly be allowed outside, to Eveningwear, where we once again can celebrate life with friends and family.”

Survival @ Home demonstrates how the Fashion Arts and Business students expressed their creativity during the stay-at-home order. The students showcased their own personal style in the loungewear, streetwear, and eveningwear segments in a way that would tell the storyline effectively. The broadcasting team flawlessly edited every student submission and produced a video that the students, faculty, and viewers would remember for years to come.

Survival Promotion

Fashion Arts and Business showing off her style

Fashion Arts and Business showing off his style

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