No limits to graduating fashion designers’ imagination

Congratulates to Our Fashion Design Seniors!

Setting up for judging day

From butterflies, evergreens in the frigid tundra to high school uniforms and 18th century chantilly lace, senior design students reveal the under layers of their inspiration.

Meredith Gill’s design inspired butterfly wings. “I’ll be working on more butterfly designs for a collection!”
Katelyn Zawierucha flanked by her designs “Inspired by frigid tundra, the snow covering evergreen trees. I love winter!” #FITfashionshow
Angelica Ryan with duel childrenswear designs inspired by school uniforms “I actually took apart my old uniforms from Pope John Lions” high school!
Nicole Wilson with intimate apparel design “it’s fantasy and feminine.
Amy Campbell knitwear student from Dublin with her Irish wool coat chosen for the catwalk “Can’t wait to see it on the #FITFashionShow runway!
Annelise Davis w/winning intimate apparel design. Inspiration comes from an 18th century chantilly lace design on display at the Sigal Museum in Pennsylvania.
Wilson Santacruz “bringing a new look to sportswear,” with a shout out to Planned Parenthood.
#CrueltyFree #BlackKnit #Bondage #HaremKiltPants Christina de Gagliardi’s senior fashion #FITfashionshow
Amanda Spira with her senior design inspired by grandpa who wore blue medical glove. “That’s why the rough masculine feel with ‘pops’ of blue.”
FIT:  Where childrenswear dreams come true!
Jordan Mayer’s senior design inspired by “breaking up of different horizon lines of earth, water and sky” of Malta

RUNWAY ALERT!: Selected work from graduating fashion design students will be presented at the Future of Fashion 2017 runway show. Specializations include sportswear, special occasion, knitwear, intimate apparel, and children’s wear. The runway show will be streamed live on FIT’s website here: #FITFashionShow

Snapshots by Rachel Ellner


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