Models stride down the runway, showing off clothing designed by UCLA students for FAST, UCLA's annual fashion show.
Model Taylor Corral, a second-year world arts and cultures/dance student, applies red lipstick to complete the look designed by Angaea Cuna, a fourth-year design media arts student.
Before hitting the runway, models and designers pose for photos backstage.
Corral models for second-year philosophy student, UCLA football player and designer Audie Omotosho, who focuses on streetwear fashion. His line features hoodies, ripped denim, simple heels, and classic sneakers.
Backstage, Joanna Arredondo, a first-year psychology student, gets in line as other models rush to finish getting ready.
Model Rachel Ho, a second-year cognitive science student, pauses at the end of the runway in a dress that resembles a sunflower.
Designer Dakota Klasky, a third-year mathematics/economics student, makes last-minute adjustments to her dress before her model gets in line.
Models practice posing backstage, calming their nerves and perfecting their walks.
A team of designers works to adjust the fit of a wide belt before the model leaves the dressing room.
Designers got the opportunity to walk on the runway alongside their models, showing their own styles to the crowd.
Klasky (not pictured) uses pink tulle and satin to reflect the femininity of the dress' silhouette.
Yudhi Stira (not pictured) explores androgynous fashion through his design. Stira, who is not a UCLA student, joined FAST last year so he could have a platform to exhibit his clothing.
A frame resembling a seashell surrounds model Bianca Dang, a second-year biology and neuroscience student. The large and ambitious design by Stira drew a lot of applause from the crowd.
Dang looks out into the crowd as she approaches the end of the runway.