Students in the Fashion Design Studio class, taught by Prof. Enrica Guidato, and Patternmaking class, taught by Prof. Sophie Springer, challenged themselves to create original items incorporating their personal styles to the latest fashion trends.
SUMMER FOLK FESTIVAL
Plan your far-flung festival and reach nirvana in blissed-out tie-dye, free-flowing, and psychedelic swirls. The dresses in this section are the perfect definition of flower power hippie loveliness of the 70’s era! Designed by the SRISA students in the Fashion Design Studio: Illustration and Construction class, the dresses came out of scarves and everything is hand-made including the embroideries.
TRIBUTE TO ROCK
The Rock N’ Roll style gives a desire for INTENSITY and marks a dramatic bold statement. These designers unleashed their inner riot to construct and reconstruct the perfect rock look. SRISA students in the Fashion Design Studio: Illustration and Construction class took black T-shirts and bottoms to alter and customize to their own personal preference. Students used cutouts, bleach, paint and other embellishments to make the garments dangerously unique.
NEXT BEAT GENERATION
This collection is inspired by the 60’s and 90’s minimalist and futuristic style, including clean cuts, white and black effects with chic touches of color. SRISA and WASHU students in the Pattern Making class and SRISA students in the Fashion Design Studio: Illustration and Construction class created garments with geometric shapes. Womenswear and menswear in this section are sophisticated hip styles that will make your eyes pop with surprise: “’cause it’s groovy, baby!”