Apparel Design Senior Fashion Showcase

Students wearing fashions designed for all genders by an apparel design senior at the 2020 fashion show

About the Fashion Showcase

Since 1968, apparel design students at the University of Minnesota have presented their final projects in the annual Apparel Design Fashion Showcase. Planned by the senior class, the showcase is a rite of passage for its participants. Each year the students’ clothing lines draw hundreds of fashion industry professionals, students, family, and friends to the showcase, creating an opportunity to engage with the larger fashion community.

2022 — Sundry. Multidimensional Design

Sundry. Multidimensional Design

Sundry. Multidimensional Design is a showcase of thesis work presented by the 2022 senior apparel design class. Exploring new and emerging formats for fashion, this showcase displays digital, traditional, and mixed media design work. The projects explore sundry topics including gender fluidity, circular design, adaptability, technical construction, and more.

Chosen to represent the varied creative styles of the class, Sundry. Multidimensional Design also describes the possibilities for clothing to expand beyond traditional and familiar forms: an attitude these visionary designers seek to embody as they join a rapidly evolving industry.

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2021 Showcase

Breaking Silence: Design for a Changing World

January 19–March 26, 2021

 

This digital showcase features the work of the Class of 2021: Lizzy Cobb, Noah Garon, Annie Holmes, Jahanvi Kamra, Mia Minnema, Thao Nguyen, Lauren Nicol, Wendy Sandoval, Chia Thao, Darunee Thao, Chong Xiong, and Xilin Yang.