Knowlton was transformed last friday (1/24) for the 3rd annual KSA Fashion Schau hosted by Servitecture. Fourteen designers competed for the coveted 36-inch golden T-square. (And the smaller silver and bronze T-squares, who could forget about those?) The theme of the event was silhouette, and, in the words of Servitecture, an "intriguing two-dimensional figure as well as a creative overall design" was encouraged. The Fashion Schau brief also called for unique use of materials. Models flaunted grocery bags, balloons, cardboard, foil, and even mirrors.
Dariel Chaves, an interior design student, won first place with a well crafted dress of trash bags. The night was full of smiles and clapping, a great start to the semester.
Written by Levi Bedall, an editor of One:Twelve.
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