The opening piece of the night was a women’s strapless white pant jumpsuit from the ''Free Spirit Collection'' by Mariama Bah, a fourth-year anthropology student.
Jack Krupinski, a second-year mathematics/economics student, poses on the runway. He also modeled for the ''Free Spirit Collection'' by Bah.
Fourth-year sociology student Janme Thao shows off the design on the back of her denim jacket.
Caliope Marin, a third-year neuroscience and human biology and society student, and Risachi Ogan, a fourth-year molecular, cell, and developmental biology student (both not pictured) were the designers of ''Curvy in Color.'' They aim to embrace different cultures and promote body positivity through their fashion line.
Third-year design media arts student Madux Middaugh’s (not pictured) line ''XXX SS3019'' featured bright colors and graphic design. He aimed to shed light on the fashion industry’s environmental impact.
The ''Pisces'' line, designed by first-year pre-economics student Josephine Qi, was based on fish and stars. Her other designs included a dress with a giant fish head worn over the shoulders as well as a fish-tail piece.
First-year biology student Sabrina Costa (not pictured) was inspired by the 2018 Met Gala theme, ''Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination'' for her clothing line.
Katie Xue, a first-year undeclared student, dons garments from Articles of Society, a Los Angeles denim brand.
Models make last-minute adjustments to their clothing in the dressing room before making their appearance on the runway.
Andrea Winslow, a fourth-year chemical engineering student, models for first-year physics student Anna Tsai’s line ''The Garden of Eden.'' Tsai was inspired by the white camellias that bloom in the backyard of her home.
Models clap as they stride down the runway after showcasing ''The Garden of Eden'' pieces.