Photo Preview: MassArt Student Fashion Show, Studio 621, to Show Off a Year of Hard Work

Check out these inspired looks from up-and-coming student designers.

By | Bostonista |

Update, 9/10/2013: You can see looks from this year’s Wearable Art project at Copley Place starting September 13.


Previously:

College life is enviable for many reasons. For many students, responsibility has yet to set in, and risk aversion falls low on the totem pole. For art students, this is an especially coveted stage in life. That daunting question, “Who will pay for what I do?” is on the horizon. But in the present, they can focus on dreams of becoming the next big thing in art and innovation.

Wednesday night, the aspiring fashion students at MassArt will show off their work from this school year at Studio 621, the fashion department’s year-end fashion show. From the senior class’s top looks to the annual sophomore class’s Wearable Art designs (think: the unconventional challenge on Project Runway), this year’s show is full of bold, daring future-conscious designs.

Not only will some of this year’s best student designs walk the runway, but select looks will also be displayed in Copley Place Mall in the fall during Boston Fashion Week. (View photos from last year’s collection.)

Below, check out some of the pieces that will walk the runway in tomorrow’s show. Studio 621 begins at 7 p.m. in The Castle at Park Plaza. General admission is $40.

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Photos by Keitaro Yoshioka

Designer: Vessela Yordanova, Junior

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Designer: Vessela Yordanova, Junior

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Photo by Keitaro Yoshioka

Designer: Ashley Cushon, Senior

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Designer: Hadley Dombrowski, Senior

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Designer: Sarah Shakeri, Senior

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Photos by Conor Doherty (left), Keitaro Yoshioka (right)

Designer: Stephanie Rea, Senior

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Designer: Hillary Roberts, Senior

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Photo by Keitaro Yoshioka

Designer: Chloe Davies, Junior

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Photo by Pino Domenico

Wearable Art design made out of jingle bells and paper. Designer: Carolina Espaillat, Sophomore

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Wearable Art design made out of egg cartons. Designer: Emelie Bergh, Sophomore

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Wearable Art design made out of feathers and potpourri. Designer: Christian Restrepo, Sophomore

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Wearable Art design made out of mirrors. Designer: Kimberly Nowers, Sophomore

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Wearable Art design made out of computer parts and CDs. Designer: Marsha Titova, Sophomore

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Wearable Art design made out of coffee filters. Designer: Stephanie Liddi, Sophomore

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Wearable Art design made out of cork and twine. Designer: Samantha Cruz, Sophomore

Correction:
May 16, 10:30 a.m.: The spelling of Emelie Bergh's name has been corrected.

  • Kathy Gips

    creative and beautiful work.

  • Anyta

    Absolutely wonderful!

    Alumni Mom