Year-End Show of Garments Designed and Created by Fashion Design Students
April 30, 2018 - Stone Ridge, NY - SUNY Ulster will hold its 2nd annual Spring Fashion Show on Saturday, May 12, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the College Lounge in Vanderlyn Hall on the Stone Ridge campus. The show will feature a variety of clothing pieces and a 3D feature piece, all of which were designed and created by students in SUNY Ulster's Fashion Design program.
Womenswear, menswear, painted kimonos and a special 3D feature piece will be on display at the show. The fashion show includes the first year students' designs and second year graduating class' individual collections, which are the culmination of two years of apparel construction courses. The show features a full runway with lighting.
This year's show features a project with local designer Karina Cousineau, founder of Karina Dresses. She has posed a challenge to the first year design students to create a wearable garment that will flatter every body type. The winner of her challenge will be featured on her website and social media.
Suggested donation for this event is $5 for the afternoon show and $10 for the evening show. There will be a reception after the evening show in Clinton Hall where student illustration and computer design work will be displayed. For more information, email Kristin Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (845) 688-6006.