Fashion Students Show Latest Designs at Atlanta’s Catwalk for a Cause
Filed under: Fashion
June 13, 2017
On June 12, 2017, fashion students from The Art Institute of Atlanta showed their latest looks on the runway at “Atlanta’s Catwalk for a Cause” fashion show. This yearly event gives the students an opportunity to display their creativity before a crowd. “Catwalk for a Cause” is a no cost fashion show benefitting Global Paint for Charity, a nonprofit that recovers recycled paint to update homes for seniors, churches, schools, and other organizations.
This year’s show featured garments from formal wear to casual summer looks—including swimwear, contemporary ready-to-wear, and theatrical costume design. The students were responsible for all elements of production, including marketing, décor, and promotion of their collections. They worked in collaboration with faculty members, who helped them to achieve their creative goals for this special event.
Students Tyra Hart and Jerome Bradley, who are both working toward a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design at The Art Institute of Atlanta, are proud to have had their work showcased at this premier event. Their designs are shown below.
Tyra Hart's Work
Jerome Bradley's Work
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