Dallas's Melody Hernandez Featured in Dallas Observer

By: The Art Institutes

September 30, 2016

Melody Hernandez, who in 2016 earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design from The Art Institute of Dallas, a campus of South University, was recently featured in the Dallas Observer regarding her participation in New York Fashion Week.

Melody was one of nine student designers selected to show their collections at The Art Institute of Dallas’ Spring 2017 Collections show, held at the Skylight At Moynihan Station. Her collection, “Take A Break,” mixes runway and street-style aesthetics by pairing patterns and fabrics in unusual ways.

Melody knew after taking her first sewing class that she was destined for a career in fashion. Her passion went beyond the needle and thread as advanced pattern-making and haute couture classes helped her understand how to execute her concepts into designs, from beading to fabric manipulation and hand-sewing techniques.
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By: The Art Institutes

September 30, 2016

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