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Pictured are samplings of dresses crafted by Stevenson Fashion Design students that will be on display at New York City's Fashion Week.
From Left to Right Designs made by: Sherese Mclean, Fara Topolsky, and Abigail Austin.
Junior and senior students from Stevenson University’s Fashion Design program will showcase their exhibition, “We Are One In Fashion,” at New York City’s prestigious Fashion Week in February. The exhibition, a collection of original evening garments inspired by the traditional fashions from countries all across the globe, will be featured on the runway February 19, 2015 in the grand ballroom of the historic Hotel Pennsylvania, located in the heart of the garment industry, 401 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001.
In collaboration with PLITZS Fashion Marketing, the students will work with professional models, make-up artists, and stylists. They will also be included in the media hour in which they will have the opportunity to meet the press and the fashion buyers.
“The partnership between Stevenson University and PLITZS Fashion Marketing is going to highlight the talents of our students, and provide them with the opportunity to connect with industry leaders,” said Sally DiMarco, Program Coordinator and Associate Professor of Fashion Design.
“It is going to be wonderful to have my design grace the runway at Fashion Week in New York,” said junior Fashion Design major Abigail Austin, whose piece is inspired by ethnic costumes from India. “To work with professionals in the industry is a valuable experience, and I’m excited to share in it with my peers.” ...Learn More
ManneqART is a local non-profit organization focused on bringing Wearable Art to the attention of the American public. Through a variety of events during the year, this group strives to showcase the best in imaginative hair, make-up, costuming, and digital art. The focal point of the season is a public display of exceptional designs created by both professional and student artists from all over the world.
This will culminate in an Awards Gala Event, which will take place at the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center located on the grounds of Howard Community College on Sunday, September 28, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Stevenson University’s fashion design major, Ms. Deneen Joyce Watson, created a wearable sculpture piece during her internship with Lee Anderson, Inc, which will be featured at the Gala and included in the ManneqART 2014 Calendar.
Ms. Deneen has been awarded the first Stevenson University Fashion Design Program Award for the winning costume she created for the juried ManneqART competition. The competition is open, internationally, to students studying fashion design. The award will be presented to Deneen on September 28 at the ManneqART Fashion Gala at Howard Community College. The winning design will be featured in the ManneqART 2015 Calendar. ManneqART is an international wearable art competition for hair, make-up, costume, and digital art.
For those interested in attending the Awards Gala Event, tickets can be purchased at
We hope to see you there!