Holiday Bizarre: VPED pop-up nets $15K for cancer funding

By , November 25, 2013 7:16 pm

In cooperation with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, third-year Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design students raised over $15,000 with their Holiday Bizarre pop-up shop that closed this weekend at FIT.

“This project shows how unique FIT is in the way we collaborate with industry, launching real world projects,” says Craig Berger, chair of VPED.

The Holiday Bizarre received full-page coverage the New York Daily News.

VPED students conceived & designed a pop-up shop to help raise cancer funds

The theme of the Holiday Bizarre was surrealism. But nothing was surreal about the big named fashions involved.

Brimming with chic designs from big names such as Prada, Burberry and Diane von Furstenberg, the project was 100% student-designed, from initial sketches to last-minute touches like music, shopping bags and holiday decor,” said Rheana Murray in the Daily News.

“It was beautifully done,” said Berger “It took an adventurous, non-traditionally holiday theme and skillfully executed with stunning graphics and beautiful fixtures. Congratulations to third semester VPED class!”

 

Photo: Rachel Ellner 

 

 

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