This post was updated May 29 at 9:20 p.m.
Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA brought Pauley Pavilion from courtside to couture.
The organization held its spring showcase Friday night, featuring 90 runway models in 15 student-designed collections.
From high production, high fashion and high pressure, the FAST models are experiencing it all.
The annual Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA show will feature numerous models coming from vastly different backgrounds related to their experience in fashion, and specifically, modeling.
This post was updated May 27 at 10:21 a.m.
With “Fetale,” Nancy Nan and Ashley Chen are cutting constraints on gender expression.
The two designers are joining forces in the “Fetale” collection, which marks their second runway show and first collaboration.
Bisola Amudipe and Chizaram Iwuanyanwu are embellishing the present with the future.
For their second Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA collaboration, designers Amudipe, a third-year pre-international development studies student, and Iwuanyanwu, a fourth-year psychobiology student, have curated the collection “Haus of Utopia.” Iwuanyanwu said the line revolves around Afrofuturism, an aesthetic that explores utopian theories, the fantastical and the reclamation of African culture.
Ella Schindler and Maxwell Manning are paying homage to the dystopian sci-fi world they love.
The annual Fashion and Student Trends runway show is set to kick off Friday at Pauley Pavilion, and designers Schindler, a fourth-year computational and systems biology student, and Manning, a fifth-year aerospace engineering student, have designed a nature-themed dystopian collection, titled “Epilogue,” that they will also model themselves.
A second-time collaborating pair is preparing to bedazzle the FAST runway again this spring.
The second-year math and economics student Gersha Jagwani and her co-designer Shasta Bowens, a fourth-year psychology student, will each debut three pieces at this year’s Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA runway, Jagwani said.
Holland Smith is branching out with his latest nature-inspired collection.
On Friday, the fourth-year ecology, behavior and evolution student will be showcasing his collection titled “Evolution of Theory” at Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s annual runway show.
Lisbeth Rodriguez is breaking the traditional fashion mold with her collection “Unique.”
The third-year Spanish, community and culture student will showcase her designs on Friday for Fashion and Student Trends’ annual runway show.
Sarah Hernandez is turning her dreams into reality with her newest fashion collection.
Hernandez is showcasing her second collection in Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s spring show.
Cohesion and Californian fashion collide in Gabriel Discipulo’s latest collection.
The fourth-year sociology student’s creations will be returning to the Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA runway Friday.
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